Chloë (Australian singer)
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|Birth name||Chloë Stafford|
|Origin||Kellyville Ridge, New South Wales, Australia|
|Labels||Sony BMG (2004-2006)|
2004-2009 Beyond Coming
Chloë's debut single "Stars" was released in Australia on 24 September 2004 through Sony BMG and peaked at number sixty-six on the ARIA singles chart. In 2005, Chloe released a cover of The Primitives song "Crash", which peaked at number #10 on the ARIA singles chart. Chloë was due to release her debut album Beyond Coming, produced by Paul Fox and featuring Dorian Crozier on drums, in 2005, however it never came to light. She spoke on the album:
"My vision for this album was ultimately to be about moments we all share in life. I wanted to make a record somebody could listen to and really connect with."
Following this, she continued to upload songs on her official MySpace. In 2009, it was reported she had obtained the full rights to the album, and was due to released in The USA the same year, however this didn't come to light either. As of November 2012, Beyond Coming remains unreleased.
- "Chloe - "Crash"". ARIA Charts. 2005. Retrieved 2 July 2010.
- Chloe - Official MySpace
- Chloë's back! Sorry Australia, it's America's turn
- Chloe discography
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