Bitters Kiss “Love Won’t Make You Cry” by Chloe Baker

Chloe Baker, Bitters Kiss courtesy of Independent Music Promotions
Chloe Baker, Bitters Kiss courtesy of Independent Music Promotions
Chloe Baker, Bitters Kiss courtesy of Independent Music Promotions

Music has always been part of her life. Her father has been her biggest supporter and along with his guidance Chloe Baker is well on her way.

Chloe’s childhood was filled with music. Her father’s studio, master guitar collection and band along with his years of experience in musical theater instilled in her the knowledge and desire to express herself through music.

This past year has given her the opportunity to share her music and the stories she tells with it. Chloe’s music has received a well earned welcome and there’s only one thing to do now. Keep moving toward the top.

Bitters Kiss is in the genre of Indie Pop and similar to artist like Sarah McLaghlan. Bakers passion for her natural talent is not only heard but deeply felt in the fabric of each song.

With currently over 150,000 followers on FaceBook Chloe is setting the stage for the next big jump in her career. Who knows, our next installment may be to announce a major label.

Chloe Baker, Bitters Kiss courtesy of Independent Music Promotions
Chloe Baker, Bitters Kiss courtesy of Independent Music Promotions

Chloe is a not only a talented singer but a wonderful songwriter and uses her songwriting as a personal diary along this journey of exploring her own world. Chloe has attracted a lot of attention with songs of such warm expressions and conviction.

“The Rope” is a powerful and compelling song that reflects on the feelings associated with the loss of a loved one with a strong religious conviction to suicide. Chloe has received outstanding reviews for her work.

I’m very glad Chloe was unafraid to delve into the situation and bravely speak about something so personal. But this is what great artists do; they explore subject matter that most people would avoid. I like the song and truly appreciate the video (below). ~ I Am Entertainment, 2016~

All the songs included in this EP are songs relating to true life experiences and feelings we have with growing up and moving forward. Each one has something that each one of us can relate to.

“Too Far Too Fast” is a song about Chloe’s feelings relating to her oldest sister moving out and going to college. It speaks of how fast time moves on and how we must cherish every moment.

To be so young and possess such great insight regarding life and how it affects us daily, Chloe has a firm grasp and it will surely take her far in her own journey.

With knowledge well beyond her sixteen years Chloe Baker is a natural. Looking at the work she has currently completed it is a given that she will excel quickly in the industry and solidify her status as a true independent pop artist.

Chloe Baker is certainly one to keep an ear out for as she progresses in her career, and, as a listener, you won’t regret it. ~Blasting News, 2016~

Chloe Baker, Bitters Kiss courtesy of Independent Music Promotions
Chloe Baker, Bitters Kiss courtesy of Independent Music Promotions

Musically she excels, vocally she displays control, depth and quality of a seasoned professional of many years. She is a storyteller and a darn good one at that.

I feel that Bitters Kiss is the next big thing in indie pop music; and her 150k+ followers and coveted blue check mark on both Twitter and Facebook help to back up my claim that people feel the same. ~ The Miews 2016~

 

 

Unafraid to tackle today’s real life events, Chloe is not afraid to tackle the big stuff as we hear in “Love Won’t Make You Cry”. With subtle sounds of piano and thought-provoking lyrics this song speaks to the heart and soul. It expresses wisdom well beyond the scope of such a young artist.

To find out more about Chloe please visit the following sites:

Websites:
http://www.facebook.com/bitterskiss
http://www.bitterskiss.com

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Sherryl is a Senior Writer and Assistant Editor with Nashville Music Guide and her blog, Lyrics N Legends has been featured since 2012. Her articles has graced the cover and have appeared as feature stories in the NMG print edition. She is also a member of WMMW, Women of Music Music of Women, a non-profit organization in support of women in the music industry. WMMW also appears here in Nashville Music Guide.

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