Single review: Chloé Caroline ‘Forgive Me’

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Having a down day? Well fear not because Chloé Caroline is here to remind you that everything is gonna be alright.

The country-pop songstress has been making a name for herself in the US for quite some time now and with singles like ‘Forgive Me’ being penned, its not difficult to see why. Her latest cut combines the best elements of the nineties and noughties to create a warm and fuzzy ballad that will give you all the feels. Think Sheryl Crow with a hint of Taylor Swift and you’re almost there.

Talking about the single Chloé elaborates, “‘Forgive Me’ is a song that shines a light on the normality of mental health struggles, perfectionism, and societal expectations. On the day I wrote this, I woke up one grey winter morning and just felt “blah”. I am naturally a very sunshiny girl but some days I don’t live up to being that person. I’m sort of sarcastically apologising to society and their expectations for just being human, and also talking to myself in a moment where I “want” to be that expected person but just can’t be.”

‘Forgive Me’ is out now via AWAL.

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