Chloe Day | Ruby in the Rabbit Hole

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Ruby in the Rabbit Hole

by Chloe Day

Day's third full-length album continues her affinity for the "genre romp", traversing dark heavy downbeats, moody acoustic laments and classic Americana, a lyrical joy-and-painride ultimately bound together by its underlying raw, shameless honesty.
Genre: Electronic: Chill out
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"Ruby in the Rabbit Hole" delves into the Jekyll-and-Hyde-flavors of 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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