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Cloe Wilder Releases New EP, ‘I Spent My Summer On The Road’

Just last week US singer-songwriter, Cloe Wilder shared her brand-new EP, I Spent My Summer on The Road to the world. The dynamic new EP features her previously released single, Afterglow.

I Spent My Summer on the Road, marks a significant evolution from her debut work. From the ethereal echoes of Little White Pills to the introspective depth of Fake ID, Wilder’s musical journey takes listeners on a captivating ride through a spectrum of emotions and experiences. Collaborating once again with NICOLOSI, Wilder deftly weaves together elements of bedroom pop, indie folk, and heartfelt balladry to create a cohesive yet diverse sonic tapestry. With each track, she delves deeper into the complexities of youth, love, and self-discovery, delivering a stirring and authentic portrayal of her artistic growth. ‘I Spent My Summer on the Road’ is not just an EP, but a testament to Wilder’s continued evolution as a songwriter and performer.

To celebrate the EP and to get to know Cloe a little better, today she’s shared with us a little brief about herself and some of her favourite tunes that help inspire the new EP.

Hi! I’m Cloe Wilder. I’m 18 years old. I grew up in Clearwater, Florida and I’m moving to LA this summer. I’ve been writing songs for about six years now and I can’t really imagine doing anything else!

  1. “Dog Days Are Over” by Florence + The Machine: Fake it ‘til you make it. One of my favourite songs ever.
  2. “Evergreen” by Ritchy Mitch & The Coal Miners: It would be the outro to my indie movie.
  3. “Paint” by The Paper Kites: This one is for forcing the tears out.
  4. “Time to Pretend” by MGMT: Story of my life, if I’m being dramatic.
  5. “Afterglow” by me and NICOLOSI: Some shameless self-promo!


Cloe Wilder’s new EP, I Spent My Summer on The Road is available now, everywhere.

Written by Chris Lamaro