Chloe Foy’s latest single ‘Asylum’ has continued the success of her debut EP ‘Are We There Yet’ which drew industry acclaim from Steve Lamacq’s BBC Radio 2 and 6 shows, and earned her place at SXSW 2018. ‘Asylum’ was released on all platforms on the 3rd of August and has already amassed 437,000 streams on Spotify.


Asylum embodies the hope in our darkest hours, and talks of friendship, loneliness and a search for solace. The video is Asylum’s perfect counterpart, with a simple and heartwarming narrative. Asylum’s video is Chloe’s most emotive video yet and follows Trev who’s authentic way of living juxtaposes the lives of so many.


Asylum – in Chloe’s words:

For me, Asylum encompasses a feeling of hope that I started to feel a few years ago after emerging from a dark period of my life. It acknowledges the ebb and flow and difficulty of modern life and the loneliness that can come with that – how you can sometimes feel like a distant observer of a very strange world. But it also acknowledges that we must be forgiving of ourselves, just as our closest friends are.


Chloe’s Autumn Tour 2018:


25th Oct – Paper Dress Vintage London

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26th Oct – Gulliver’s, NQ Manchester

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1st Nov – The Old Bookshop


5th Nov – Oporto Leeds


Chloe’s Bio:


Chloe Foy writes a brand of melodic, homegrown pop that has been likened to such artists as Laura Marling and Sharon Van Etten. Her songs are imbued with lyrical and textural inflections evocative of much of the music she loves – taking inspiration from classical music as much as wider trends within British and American Indie pop, Chloe’s music comprises of carefully constructed arrangements that delicately compliment her cryptic lyrics.

Having just returned from the US after a string of dates at SXSW Festival, Chloe has the backing of some highly influential industry figures. Her performance at The Driskill garnered support from Bob Boilen and NPR’s late night dispatches. Chloe also featured in Marches addition of The Storm Report in the ‘20 artists on our radar’ segment and will be covered in The Unsigned Guide’s Spotlight blog on the 5th of April.

Chloe has received substantial support from Steve Lamacq on his BBC Radio 2 & 6 shows.

The singles ‘In The Middle Of The Night’ and ‘Flaws’ have featured on a wealth of Spotify official playlists including Lost In The Woods and The Most Beautiful Songs In The World, generating over 2 million plays. ‘Are We There Yet’ has been prominently featured via Hype Machine listed blogs – We Love That, Ear To The Ground, Slow Show, and more.