Chlöe Howl’s new single Do It Alone was produced by long-time collaborator Chris Zane (Passion Pit, St Lucia, Friendly Fires), this single follows up Chlöe’s critically acclaimed comeback track Magnetic which amassed 564k+ track and video plays in three months.

Do It Alone is a mantra on not wanting to be ‘the other woman’ in a relationship, delivered over a catchy electronic pop soundtrack chock full of 90’s pop and soul influences. “Knowingly being the other woman is the ultimate crime against girl code for me, so when I could see things were getting closer between me and a man who was taken I wrote Do It Alone as an ode to all the reasons why I would never ever take that role, even if I wanted to.” says Chlöe.

Chlöe knew music was what she wanted to do from the age of ten, growing up in Berkshire on the hip-hop she’d hear blasting from her older sister’s bedrooms and the New Order and The Smiths records her dad used to play in the car. Chlöe left school at the age of sixteen and scored a record deal with Columbia Records shortly after. Howl spent the next three years writing and recording songs, doing studio time with the likes of Justin Parker, Joel Pott, Samuel Preston, EG White. Much anticipation for the young artist also brewed during this time; in 2014, Chlöe was nominated for BBC’s ‘Sound of’ poll alongside Sam Smith, FKA Twigs and Ella Eyra, and ‘Critics’ Choice’ at BRIT Awards.

Last year Chlöe Howl played a sold out show at The Waiting Room in London, and her progression into new music continues in the studio this year as she works on new material.

British pop sensation announces new headline show to follow up last year’s sold out comeback show at The Waiting Room.

Live at The Pickle Factory, London

Wednesday 7th Feb 2018

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