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NEWS: Chloe Foy releases soothing and lush new single ‘Left Centred Weight’

Singer songwriter Chloe Foy has announced the release of her new single, ‘Left Centred Weight’. The song was recorded at Manchester’s Pinhole Studios, with strings arranged by the song’s co-writer and producer, Harry Fausing-Smith.

Left Centred Weight’ was prompted by the loss of Chloe’s Father to depression when she was a young age and taps into the thoughts around mortality and grief that this experience fostered.

This song really captivated me from the first listen and has not let go. The repeated melodic hook of “Go easy, brain” really resonated and offers a gentle, silvery, and soothing lushness. ‘Left Centred Weight’ is the sonic equivalent of a hand reaching out and taking the listeners’ in it. I await Foy’s debut album with much anticipation.

Discussing the new single, Foy revealed: “It’s about feeling that everyone’s going to die, which comes about from having grieved once before. But ultimately coming to terms with it and making peace”.

Left Centred Weight’ is out now.

 

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