Chloë March “Nights Bright Days” Reviewed at Nowamuzyka

‘Nights Bright Days is an evocative and poetic tale of sensual sounds arranged in a series of unique musical dreams… I compared her voice to Beth Gibbons or Mimi Parker, but I cannot ignore such singers as Tracey Thorn and Tori Amos (“Ember”, “Le Roi Lonely” and “Dream Swim”). The recording ‘Orpheus Head’ remains deep in the memory, with electronic backing, piled vocals, piano phrases and an elegant dream-pop vibe. In turn, the beautiful ballad ‘Eurydice On The Underground’ recalls the late 90s work of David Sylvian.”


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