From: United Kingdom
Genre: Pop, dreampop, folk
Chloë March is a british singer-songwriter, producer and composer. A classically trained pianist with one album already under her belt (‘Snowdrop’ 2004) and tours of Italy and the U.K playing keyboards with Cousteau ('Last Good Day of the Year') she spent three years devoted to recording and producing her water-inspired album ‘Divining’ (Released Nov 2008).
Chloë slowly crafted a gorgeous palette of sound with beautiful layered vocals, found-sounds, shimmering beats, piano, lush synths and french horn played by Emma Bell, creating a captivating, cinematic, involving and distinctive album that a growing audience of listeners are falling in love with. ‘Divining’ features songs inspired by Anne Boleyn, Bernini, Botticelli’s ‘Primavera’ and Dodie Smith's 'I Capture the Castle' alongside reveries of soft rain, melting icy streams and the dark waters of love and loss.
'Divining' was followed by the Digital EP 'Garden On The Boulevard' which includes the mesmerising songs 'Bees And Gods' and 'Etoile'
‘A command of the keyboard reminiscent of Kate Bush, Tori Amos or Nina Simone… hear the three years of perfectionism….’ Tom Robinson BBC6 Introducing
‘One woman band March crafts an ethereal song cycle based around water imagery, using the intricate minimalism of Steve Reich, layers of sparkling keyboards and her deep, sensual alto. Ms. March is a more pastoral Kate Bush. It's the sort of music that would accompany a movie version of Wuthering Heights (as directed by Peter Greenaway)’ the new gay
‘Wow, this is a beautiful record. March has a voice that blends perfectly with the lush arrangements and intricate piano’ collected sounds