Chloe Moriondo

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chloe moriondo thinks people should “experiment with their identity”

When chloe moriondo was growing up, there weren’t many lesbian artists for her to see as role models. Now, she tells me over Zoom, she’s thrilled to see LGBTQIA+ kids have so much more representation: “Kehlani just came out. That was cool! I love to see it. I love other lesbians in music and art. It makes me happy!” she says, beaming.
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chloe moriondo wanted to be completely honest on ‘Blood Bunny’

For a person who just graduated high school, booked a headline tour and released their first major-label debut all in the same year, chloe moriondo is admirably calm. “I’m just chilling!” she says, confessing that she got out of bed at noon: “I’m a little gremlin,” she smiles. She’s rocking a new look that she teased on the first track of her new full-length, Blood Bunny, “Rly Don’t Care,” singing: “I think I’m gonna shave my head soon/I don’t think anyone would be surprised.” True to her word, her head is freshly shaved and bleached, and she’s thrilled to be able to run her hands over her “little kiwi head.” Sitting in her childhood bedroom wearing an oversized cardigan and unnaturally long false eyelashes, moriondo has an easy air despite her mounting success.
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Chloe Moriondo: Blood Bunny review – mischief-making pop-punk

The pains of youth have been pop’s raw material since the world was new. But the current wave of teen (or recently teenage) artists is something of a tsunami. This cohort of young bedroom producers is levelling up rapidly, swapping snugs for studios and putting out more well-upholstered records. Detroit’s Chloe Moriondo grew up on the internet, graduating from strumming the ukulele on YouTube to being a serious contender on her second album. The 18-year-old only just finished high school during the first lockdown.

First Out: New Music From Bebe Rexha, Chloe Moriondo, Rostam & More

Get ready for summer by refreshing your playlists with new songs from your favorite queer artists. Billboard Pride is here to help with First Out, our weekly roundup of some of the best new music releases from LGBTQ artists. Bebe Rexha, Better Myself. It's been a long three years since...

Checking Up on chloe moriondo

Eighteen-year-old chloe moriondo shaved her head for her major label debut, Blood Bunny — a powerful symbol of taking control, of bold new beginnings, of not caring at all what people really think. This attitude spreads into moriondo's highly anticipated 13-track album, with unapologetic pop-punk anthems, like the aptly titled "Rly Don't Care" and cheeky "I Eat Boys."

Chloe Moriondo – ‘Blood Bunny’ review: a spiky foray into pop-punk

We’re currently in the middle of a pop-punk revolution. A wave of Gen-Z artists like jxdn, Yungblud and Willow Smith – often assisted by pop-punk legend Travis Barker and recent adopter Machine Gun Kelly – want to bring back the sounds of bands like Green Day and Blink-182 for their generation. There’ll be small twists – a hip-hop beat here and there, and a commitment to bring an array of voices through – but, by and large, the sentiment and spirit remains.

Indie Mixtape 20: Chloe Moriondo Spent Entirely Too Much Money To See BTS Live

Chloe Moriondo has been steadily releasing new music over the last few years, but now the 18-year-old songwriter is gearing up to release her major-label debut. Blood Bunny is a departure from the sound on Moriondo’s previous work, employing a full band to create alternative rock songs that sound absolutely massive (think: The Joy Formidable), combined with excellent songwriting.
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Chloe Moriondo Has Maybe the World’s Cutest Shower Decor

IDK where else you’ll find people showering in full makeup and lash extensions besides on Singing in the Shower, which makes for some amazing content. The series is all about guests performing their fave songs to listen to in the shower, but more often than not, it turns into pure bathroom envy. Take Chloe Oriondo’s shower today, for example. The floral decor? This girl gets to basically shower in a garden every day. She also sported the cutest shower cap known to man, which meant this video was set up for greatness from the jump.

Ricky Montgomery teams up with chloe moriondo to revive “Mr Loverman”

A month after releasing “Line Without A Hook” feat. mxmtoon, Ricky Montgomery is back with a new version of his indie-pop breakthrough “Mr Loverman.” Originally released in 2016, the song amassed millions of streams during the pandemic thanks to its sincere and vulnerable lyrics. The reimagined track features rising bedroom pop star chloe moriondo, allowing her dreamy voice to breathe new life into its delicately crafted verses.