Seventeen-year-old Chloe Moriondo has shared new track “living virtually (acoustic).” Inspired by the COVID-19 pandemic, the song captures the monotony, fear and anxiety that stems from life in quarantine (“It’s hard to know how I feel today, or any day”). The track is streaming now on Chloe’s official YouTube channel alongside a fundraiser to benefit the National Independent Venue Association (NIVA) and the #SaveOurStages campaign in their mission to preserve and nurture the ecosystem of independent live music venues and promoters throughout the United States.
Moriondo commented on the song, “‘living virtually’ is a product of isolation that a lot of people are experiencing right now. I wrote this song with my new friend Bayli based off our conversations about how life has been for both of us in our different lives. I felt like ‘living virtually’ was fitting because it feels like that’s essentially what we do – we’re afraid to speak and leave our rooms to begin with, and especially now.”
In June, the singer-songwriter shared new single “Manta Rays.” Amidst dreamy guitar tones, the track serves as a reflection on unhealthy devotion and infatuation, showcasing Moriondo’s musical evolution and announcing that she has truly arrived as an artist. “Manta Rays” is available now at all DSPs, with the accompanying animated video streaming now on Chloe’s official YouTube channel.