Chloe Jones Releases New Single ‘Damsel’
Chloe Jones has released her brand new single ‘Damsel’ which tells of her experiences travelling through Central America, in particular her visit to Guatemala City. It’s not the first time that independent travel has inspired Jones’s music, with her previous EP ‘Meet You There’ being a collection of songs sparked by her exploration of the USA.
With lilting vocals entwined with acoustic and pedal steel guitars, ’Damsel’ delves into the heartache of long distance love whilst also dealing with the fear and uncertainty associated with being a female travelling alone.
The single is teamed with a music video drenched in winter sun, encapsulating the nostalgia of summer coming to an end, with the narrative hoping to shine a light on the positives of being a woman travelling solo, as opposed to the negative connotations of being a ‘damsel in distress’.
This is the first single to come from Chloe’s upcoming EP, due for release in 2021.
“it’s been a while since my last release and I’m eager to share this new music with the world…get ready, there’s a lot more to come!”
‘Damsel’ is available now on all major streaming platforms.
British singer-songwriter Chloe Jones is based in Manchester, UK.
She accompanies herself on the acoustic guitar and her style can be described as a blend of folk, country and Americana. She is influenced by the likes of Fleetwood Mac, Joni Mitchell, First Aid Kit, Tracy Chapman, Lissie and Courtney-Marie Andrews.
Chloe has featured regularly on BBC Radio Manchester, which led her to perform for two years running at the Lowry Theatre in Salford for Mike Sweeney’s Christmas Extravaganza amongst a star studded line up.
In 2019 Chloe featured on BBC’s The Voice UK. She has played at festivals such as Buckles and Boots and Country on the Clyde, and has performed for the Campsite Takeovers at Geronimo Festival and The Good Life Experience.
“Jones has a strong voice…there’s no doubt that she has talent.” – Americana UK
“Beautiful voice!” – Chris Carmack, CMT’s Nashville
“Chloe’s got such a unique voice, young artists should listen to people like her.” – Mike Sweeney, BBC Radio Manchester