Chløë Black has lived a lot of twenties working as a waitress in an LA strip club, but that is only the tip of the iceberg when it comes to this unique artist. With her debut release “27 Club” reaching upwards of 100K views and topping Hype Machine 3 times, she’s quickly developing a fan base, as well as being compared to the likes of Lana Del Ray as one of the year’s most exciting voices.
“Groupie” was inspired by her own experiences of the sunset strip rock scene as well as Frank Zappa’s Laurel Canyon, Terry Reid’s 1970 documentary about Groupies and Kenneth Anger’s Scorpio Rising. “In some cases these groupies have become even more legendary than a lot of the men they worshipped and have become poster girls for rebellion and sexual liberation”.
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