NEW ALBUM BLOOD BUNNY AVAILABLE NOW
NORTH AMERICAN FALL HEADLINE TOUR ON-SALE NOW
DATES KICK OFF SEPTEMBER 30TH IN CLEVELAND, OH
18-year-old artist Chloe Moriondo made her television debut on Jimmy Kimmel LIVE!last night, performing single “Bodybag.”
Earlier this month, Moriondo shared her critically acclaimed major-label debut album Blood Bunny (album art/tracklisting attached), which is available now on all streaming platforms via Public Consumption Recording Co./Fueled By Ramen. The release was accompanied by an official video for track “Bodybag,” which The FADER named as one of the “20 Best Rock Songs Right Now.”
The New York Times crowned the 13-track Blood Bunny a “Critic’s Pick,” and exclaimed “On the robust and vividly plain-spoken “Blood Bunny,” Moriondo…is a pop-punk whiz, deftly hopping between musical approaches from spare to lushly produced, and emphasizing intimate, cut-to-the-bone lyrics.” The Line of Best Fit hailed the record as Moriondo’s “boldest, brightest and most ambitious project to date,” while Dork Magazine raved, “It’s obvious that [Blood Bunny] is a big deal” in a five-star review. FLOOD Magazine praised the record’s “intricate production blending cozy pop and rock riffs” and UPROXX declared, “’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…with excellent songwriting.”
In celebration of the record, Chloe Moriondo will embark on a fall headline tour, kicking off September 30th in Columbus, Ohio. The trek will make stops at The Roxy in Los Angeles, CA and New York City’s Bowery Ballroom before wrapping up with a home-state performance at El Club in Detroit, MI (tour itinerary attached). Tickets for all dates are available now. For up-to-date ticketing information, please visit www.chloemoriondo.com.
Blood Bunny was heralded by the release of April single “I Eat Boys,” a deceptively breezy track inspired by the queer cult classic film Jennifer’s Body, twisting an instance of street harassment into a cannibalistic daydream. In addition to “I Eat Boys,” the album features previously released singles “Manta Rays,” “GIRL ON TV,” and “I Want To Be With You,” the latter of which was lauded by The New York Times as “acutely observed bedroom pop … served with a side of arena-emo triumph”. Recently labeled one of 2021’s Artists To Watch by PEOPLE and NME, Chloe has racked up praise from Billboard, PAPER, UPROXX, Refinery29, them., E!, and more. The artist has also become a sought-after collaborator, recently appearing as a featured artist on tracks with Frances Forever, mxmtoon, Ricky Montgomery and more.
At age eighteen, Chloe Moriondo professes to be an “internet kid,” yet she tackles overwhelming infatuation, listless daydreams, and first love with keen empathy that’s unsearchable online. With her relatable, confessional lyrics and idiosyncratic humor, the singer-songwriter has built a devoted fanbase of millions, sharing her authentic self to create a genuine connection with her listeners.