Are We There Yet2017
Chloe Foy ‘Are We There Yet’ “The new single itself is beautiful and relatable, whether you find resonance with the specifics of Foy's situation or nuance in the broader themes of just trying to figure things out for yourself, "Flaws" is stunning.” – The Line Of Best Fit “Her recently unveiled new single 'Flaws' confirms her huge talent in creating delicate yet intense atmospheres that swallow us in bliss, while her voice remains our steady link to reality.” – The 405 “It’s another beauty and very much sums up this well-crafted, delicate and enchanting five-track EP. Here’s hoping for a full record in the not too distant future, as going off this, it’s sure to be a belter.” – Thank Folk For That Following live dates this month in support of Jesca Hoop, Chloe Foy is now lining up to released her new EP 'Are We There Yet'. Showcasing her talent for skewed, ambitious folk songwriting, The Line Of Best Fit described her first single 'Flaws' as "stunning" in their premiere last week. Folk Radio UK said in their premiere of second single 'Are We There Yet' that "she has a unique quality, one that can be heard in her vocal delivery and which is heightened by delicate musical arrangements." Chloe Foy has previously been likened to such artists as Laura Marling and Sharon Van Etten. Her songs are imbued with lyrical and textural inflections evocative of much of the music she loves - taking inspiration as much from neo-classical music as much as wider trends within indie-rock, Chloe’s new EP comprises carefully constructed arrangements that delicately compliment her cryptic lyrics. Chloe’s last single, ‘In The Middle Of The Night’, received generous support from Steve Lamacq on both his Radio 6 & 2 shows. The single has generated over one million plays on Spotify, being featured on two popular playlists ‘Stress Buster’ and ‘The Most Beautiful Songs in the World’.