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.
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.
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'.