Two songs into her career and we’re firmly on the Chlöe Howl train. “Rumour” feels decidedly more personal than “No Strings,” telling a story instead just offering an attitude. It also feels less derivative of the current alternative pop scene than her other track, not that it held that it back, but this us makes us very excited to see where else the new, seventeen year-old Columbia UK signing will take us.
Check Out: Chlöe Howl – “Rumour”
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