Chloe Tully talks to the dreamers
Posted on 26 Nov 2012
With her latest offering, Chloe Tully, the singer-songwriter from the western Queensland desert in Quilpie, has created a whimsical ode to dreamers and creative types dreaming of escape.
In her signature pop-tinged folk style, Alberts writer Chloe Tully’s new single To The Dreamers, is as heartfelt as it is aspirational. Co-written by Chloe, Wayne Connolly (acclaimed producer of Josh Pyke, HKOH, Paul Dempsey) and LA-based Jarrad Kritzstein (Washington ‘Holy Moses’, Dappled Cities), the song lets Chloe’s unique vocals shine over a memorable mixture of acoustic guitar and toe-tapping percussion.
Released on November 26th To The Dreamers is one of four tracks on the young songwriters forthcoming sophomore EP. For her first EP the outback songstress has gathered a talented group of artists for support. Bree van Reyk (Holly Throsby), Neal Sutherland (Bertie Blackman), Charge Groups Matt Blackman and 70 students from the St. Ursula College choir play a part in the EP release.
Chloe has played extensively across the east coast of Australia, hitting venues in Brisbane, Melbourne, Sydney and western Queensland supporting artists such as Roscoe James Irwin and Steve Parkin (Basement Birds).
You can listen To The Dreamers here