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chloe moriondo Visits The “Hotel For Clowns” In Spooky Track

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Our indie-pop princess is revealing a new music video just in time for Halloween. chloe moriondo’s track, “Hotel For Clowns,” takes fans on a haunted journey through lo-fi ambiance and pop vocal melodies that cut through the mix to give you goosebumps. Robotic vocoder harmonies and harsh ‘80s synths creep into the arrangement as the song builds, leaving listeners uncertain about what’s coming next. Not to mention the trap beats and staccato orchestral strings that make you want to look over your shoulder toward the track’s final lines. 

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The glitchy music video accompanies the song perfectly, highlighting moriondo’s stay at The Clown Motel. Known as “America’s Scariest Motel,” the nightmare-fueled establishment is filled-to-the-brim with a creepy collection of clown paraphernalia, including dolls, paintings, and themed furniture. The visual begins with moriondo’s journey into the desert and en route to the Las Vegas motel. And during her stay, fans see moriondo inhabit her own clown persona. 

“Hotel For Clowns” arrives on the one-year anniversary of chloe moriondo’s third full-length record, SUCKERPUNCH dropped in 2022. Receiving high praise from fans and in the media, the bold follow-up to her 2021 release Blood Bunny. In an Instagram teaser, the artist shares her excitement for resharing the track in time for the spooky season. “On the heels of SUCKERPUNCH’s VERY FIRST birthday.. comes a terrifying little treat for the season of all hallow’s eve! hotel for clowns,” she writes.

Paired with her recent collaborations with Cavetown and Pierce The Veil, the 21-year-old songstress continues to break through the glass ceiling. Be sure to stream “Hotel For Clowns” here and stay tuned for all upcoming chloe moriondo news!

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