After several years of juggling extensive DIY and digital promotion with touring in support of her first three releases, 2004's The Return Of, 2006's Pixie Runway, and 2007's Sugar, Chloe Day saw it time to step back. The initial shift to rejoin the world outside the music scene conversely led to a drastic turn inward. There, it became imperative to shed an illusion that had gathered too much static to maintain.
In letting go of a slough of compartmentalized rules, predetermined values and proper opinion, Day was able to rekindle a sense of urgency as a songwriter, to make meaning of, and peace with, the evolving stories that were haunting her. This ultimately triggered a focus that led her back to a long-overdue album 3 years in the making. And so went the journey of finding the bottom of the downfall...
Now Day returns to the scene with a new set of tales to tell. "Ruby in the Rabbit Hole" delves into the raw Jekyll-and-Hyde truths about society, the shadows and shames that balance our better moments to create a wholeness that is timeless human experience.
"The sounds of Chloe Day are at once eclectic and entirely commercial, embarking on an adventurous trip of Rock, Pop, Electronica, Jazz, Trip-Hop, and acoustic Folk-Pop. The songs are a surrealistic dreamscape that embody love, lust, fear, loneliness, beginnings, endings, and a vintage scope of human dissolution."
--Greg Debonne, The Music Manor
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