Review: Crocodile – Chloe Jones

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Chloe Jones

Well, if the album cover is anything to go by, I wouldn’t like to get on the wrong side of Chloe! With a gun in her hand and one by her side, Chloe strikes me as an artist who stands for no messing, who’s fierce in her delivery.

The first thing I notice upon first listen is the beautiful tone of her voice, how she manages to bend words and switch so eloquently from her head voice to her chest voice. Secondly, I notice the power in which she delivers her lines and the control she exhibits, you really can’t fault her.

Backed by what appears to be a pedal steel their is an authenticity in the production to accompany the lyrics which perfectly paint a picture. The Mancunian is another graduate of The Voice UK and has garnered lots of attention online during lockdown with her live streams proving a big hit. S

ince live performances resumed Chloe has impressed UK country fans at Buckle and Boots and Country on the Clyde and this latest single is bound to captivate fans both old and new. 

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