Sir Chloe Debuts “Michelle” Music Video

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New York band Sir Chloe debuts the video for their track “Michelle” today!

“Michelle” is taken from Sir Chloe’s debut project, Party Favors, released in October on Terrible Records. The track has had an incredible rise this year across TikTok (where it went viral in the cosplay/anime corners of the platform—with more than 100k videos to date including one by Millie Bobby Brown), Spotify (where it spent weeks climbing the US and Global Viral 50 charts) and beyond.
The song tells the story of lead singer Dana Foote‘s truly hellish ex-girlfriend and the video, directed by Molly Hawkins, puts a fun twist on it.

Sir Chloe, which consists of songwriter/vocalist/guitarist Dana Foote, guitarist/engineer/producer Teddy O’Mara, and drummer Palmer Foote, formed in 2018 at Bennington College in southern Vermont and have since migrated to Brooklyn, New York. With a sound rooted firmly in 90s alt rock, they draw inspiration from songwriters like St. Vincent, Lianne La Havas and Andy Shauf as well as classical composers—Dana Foote counts Sofia Gubaidulina, Claude Debussy and Béla Bartók among her influences.

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