Chloe Lilac releases new mixtape WHEN I FEEL BETTER


Today, artist and songwriter Chloe Lilac released her new mixtape titled When I Feel Better, as well as a new single, “Sick”. Stream the mixtape everywhere now here. Watch the official ‘sick’ video below!

Going Through Relationship Struggles, Self-Realization, and Mental Health Battles, When I’m Feeling Best is a talk defining how Chloe Lilac has grown over the past year. Endearing vulnerability and raw lyricism characterize each track in the mixtape as a sort of diary entry, entrusting the listener with Chloe’s vivid perspectives on the world. On the project, Chloe notes, “When I’m feeling better is a collection of songs I wrote in quarantine, hoping I would release them when the world was in a better place. I can’t say the world is. in a better place now, but I just felt like turning them off. “

Returning with revenge in 2021, Chloe released her first single When I’m Feeling Better This Summer titled “10 Things”, a play about the classic ’90s romantic comedy. The realistic version of a “Friendship Break-up” landed a spot on Spotify’s “New Music Friday” and quit outlets like MTV News and EUPHORIA. hungry for more of the new era of Chloe.

The release of “19” came next, leaving listeners with a powerful examination of the state of the world as Chloe navigates her own examination of herself as a teenager in turbulent times. Ending with an exasperated sigh, the introspective track was featured on NPR’s ‘All Songs Considered’ and is now released on the mixtape as a new acoustic version, stripped down and revealing high passion in its vocal performance.

Today we see the mixtape released in full form, with a new track, “sick”. The dreamlike production echoed by Chloe’s biting lyricism helps her compare relational toxicity to a contagious disease – a disease from which she must be removed to regain her power. On the track she says, “I wrote ‘sick’ about dating someone who would do anything to get what they want. Every time I listen to it again I think of the expression. “Hurt people hurt people.” Being with someone like that can make you as sick as them. ”

Through the uncertainty that has clouded much of 2020/21, Chloe Lilac tapped into her DIY roots to self-realize and self-shoot two official videos at her Brooklyn home while in quarantine. and has also asserted herself as a strong activist for social causes. From taking a stand for LGBTQ rights during Pride Month (see a partnership here with to fighting for racial justice, Chloe has become a beacon of strength and a role model for young women and artists. .

Poignant storytelling has been a recurring theme in Chloe’s career so far, first sparked by the release of her debut EP in 2019, Manic Pixie Dream, which saw multiple placements on Spotify’s “New Music Friday.” as well as the Billboard cover for his single “High School.” Her original but relevant hymns, cut with shameless confidence, continued on her next EP, DOUCHEBAG, released in 2020. Garnering praise from The FADER, NYLON, UPROXX, MTV, Refinery29 and PAPER, Chloe has gone on to prove that his artistry is a force to be reckoned with.


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