Chløë Black – “Wild At Heart” (video)

19 Oct

Chloe Black

Glamour, danger and surrealism. Chløë Black delights in all three and with the video for her latest track, “Wild At Heart”, she delivers them all as well.

Tipping an artist for greatness when you’ve only heard one song is, many would argue, pretty darn foolish. Yet with each new release, Chløë Black is making us look less like the village idiot and more like Nostradamus (minus the beard). Ever since she broke on the scene with “27 Club”, Chløë hasn’t put a foot wrong. Her videos are fantastic, her tunes brilliant and her live show is great too.

Oh, and for those of you keeping score, “Wild At Heart” was not one of the tunes played at her Norwich gig earlier this year either, meaning there are still at least four more total crackers to come.

Here we are treated to another gorgeously dangerous sounding tune, seeped in dark mystery and noir movie nostalgia. The chorus is one to throw your head back and sing along loudly to, the melody undulates seductively like Donna Summer’s arms and the video is one to scratch your head to.

We’ll be honest, we’re not sure what is going on. There is blood (lots of blood) there is dancing, suggested jealousy, driving and a set of fingernails to have blackboards everywhere quaking in their frames. It is dangerous, it is glamourous, it is surreal, it is fabulous and it is very, very Chløë Black.

”Wild At Heart” is out now and available to buy from iTunes.

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2 Responses to “Chløë Black – “Wild At Heart” (video)”

  1. name not supplied January 3, 2016 at 21:19 #

    lol, my restricted internet safety protocols wont let me view the video but if what you say it about the action is true, then its probably for the best. i dont ‘get’ david lynchian sort of music videos, but im sure its great

    • Adam H January 3, 2016 at 21:28 #

      It’s worth sorting out your parental controls for, trust me 🙂

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