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By: Adrian Woods, Contributor
Florida based singer Cloe Wilder released “House By The Water”, her new indie pop single. This is Wilders first single since her EP “One Step Closer” which came out earlier in the year.
“I’m in this constant struggle between being really serious about everything,” Wilder says. “And missing home and friends a little bit, and this song is definitely a representation of that. I grew up in a house by the water, and this song is me trying to get back to that place, and get back to that state of mind and peace and happiness. It’s one of the saddest songs for me.” The song will really pull at your heartstrings as it details her accepting the end of her childhood, something that everyone can relate with.
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She has also collaborated with many big names in her previous songs like “Crying When I Shouldn’t”, which she co-wrote with Eric Scullin. The song was also mixed and mastered by Grammy winners Rob Kinelski and John Greenham. Wilder has also worked with Jayme Silverstein, who co-wrote the song “You & Lonely” with Cloe.
At just 16 years old, the singer will also be playing at New York City’s Mercury Lounge on Oct. 21, and Oct. 29 at the Rockwood Music Hall.
Cloe Wilders “House By The Water” is out now on streaming services.