Blood Bunny

Album Review of Blood Bunny by Chloe Moriondo.

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Blood Bunny

Chloe Moriondo

Blood Bunny by Chloe Moriondo

Release Date: May 7, 2021
Record label: Public Consumption
Genre(s): Pop/Rock

80 Music Critic Score
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Blood Bunny - Very Good, Based on 3 Critics

The Line of Best Fit - 80
Based on rating 8/10

Indebted to an array of genres, you'll find '00s acoustic-guitar driven pop, as well as pop-punk inspired moments - there's even a reference to Canadian staples Simple Plan in "Favourite Band". Moriondo's vocals deftly move between these styles, topping each sonic landscape with a cherry-sweet timbre, honest lyrics and an often nonchalant performance. Although Moriondo sounds sure of herself on this record, there is an undercurrent of self-doubt.

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Sputnikmusic - 80
Based on rating 4.0/5

From the bedroom to the spotlight, the most surprisingly great pop album of 2021 may have already arrived. Chloe Moriondo isn't a name that routinely floats about musical circles. That makes sense considering that she just turned eighteen and her debut was a meek, ukelele-driven bedroom pop album entitled Rabbit Hearted. How quickly things change: her sophomore release, with the appropriately dichotomous title Blood Bunny, is a ravenous, euphoric pop outing.

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Clash Music
Their review was generally favourable

At just 13, Chloe Moriondo started her expedition into the world of music by posting covers on Soundcloud and YouTube. Shortly before her 16th birthday she shared a completely D.I.Y, lo-fi album 'Rabbit Hearted' gaining her much deserved attention and a deal with Fueled by Ramen. Now the young Michigan native has evolved once more, sharing her major label debut album 'Blood Bunny'.

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