Sad Pop singer Cloe releases new cover, "Faking It" by Sasha Sloan

Photo courtesy © Chalisa Singh

Photo courtesy © Chalisa Singh

“Sasha Sloan has been a major artistic inspiration for me lately. Her songwriting is insanely captivating. I loved the way that she put the idea of a real and messed up relationship into this song, even though it’s hard to talk about. A lot of the pieces at The Urban Art Fair, where we shot the video, gave the illusion of being real. They were just fake ideas made to seem like more than they are, like the relationship being talked about in the song.” - Cloe

Emerging in 2019 as a true artist to watch in the dark/sad music space, Cloe is a force to be reckoned with. Armed with incredibly powerful songwriting skills, in addition to a voice beyond her years, Cloe crafts melancholic, yet fiercely relatable songs that touch the deepest parts of the human psyche. Championing the concept of accepting one’s mental health issues, pushing for equality, and embracing imperfection, she is light years beyond the typical young musician. Cloe will be releasing original music and covers over the span of the upcoming year that are guaranteed to comfort listeners through their varied emotions, to allow them to feel the intensity of their deepest thoughts, and to display that Cloe does not have the edge of a sword, but instead, like a rose with thorns.

Released 3/19/19, the latest installment of Cloe’s cover series expresses her commentary regarding the art of faking reality through multiple art exhibits at The Urban Art Fair in Miami, FL. Featured exhibits include: The Private Jet Experience curated by The Most Famous Artist and SelfieCircus, various wall murals curated by Spok Brillor, and a Barbie Doll box. With the combination of Cloe’s wizened vocals, meaningful color schemes and mesmerizing backgrounds, the music video truly takes “Faking It” one poetic step further.

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