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Chloe Parché Reveals Debut EP, ‘Bad With Words’

Friday marked the eagerly awaited release of “Bad With Words,” the latest EP from Sydney’s indie-pop prodigy, Chloe Parché. With her signature sound and poignant lyrics, Parché has been steadily captivating audiences, and this newest release only serves to reinforce her growing acclaim.

“Bad with Words” stands as a captivating compilation of tunes seamlessly weaving poignant narratives with irresistible melodies, highlighting Chloe’s artistic maturation. The EP encompasses well-loved singles like ‘Bitter,’ ‘I Don’t Wanna Know,’ and ‘Reeling,’ alongside fresh additions such as the soulful ‘Holding Me Back’ and the delicately nuanced ‘Fragile.’ This musical journey not only underscores Chloe’s prowess as a storyteller but also unveils her versatility and growth as an evolving artist.

After enchanting crowds with a series of memorable performances, ranging from the Sydney edition of the renowned LA event School Night to providing stellar support for acts like Rum Jungle, Pacific Avenue, and Great Gable, Chloe is ready to take centre stage. The announcement of her inaugural headline hometown show, scheduled for April 5th, marks a significant milestone in her burgeoning career.

Embracing a blend of raw emotion and melodic charm, “Bad With Words” emerges as a testament to Parché’s evolving artistry, surpassing anticipations with its captivating resonance.

Tickets here

5 April – Low 302, Sydney


Written by Chris Lamaro