Delivering a colourful cocktail of musical influences, Worcestershire’s Chloe Mogg creates a spacious journey that will take you through all the emotions of music. A driving force in the West Midlands music scene, Chloe’s a singer-songwriter who aims to bring life and her vibrant colour to every project. Back with her first single in three years, which has been lifted from her upcoming debut album, The Crazy One, “Heaven Sent You” is a contemporary alternative rock track about one of the best nights of her life.
The UK artist shared in a statement:
“I performed at a festival with my band to hundreds, possibly a thousand people or so in Bewdley, and the crowd and I instantly ‘clicked’. They were singing along to my songs, dancing and even forming moshpits (!!!) (which they referred to as Mogg Pits), it was incredible. This song is an ode to that night and how it reminded me that doing music is one of my callings in life.”
Turning relationship breakups, childhood stories and identity crises into something positive, the past decade of Chloe’s life has accumulated into her debut album, The Crazy One. Armed with mental health themes, discrimination towards disabilities and heartbreak, the album has one theme throughout and that’s growth. Engineered and mastered with the help of Alex Vine Ruiz (Swan Studios), the release features Ali Clinton (Conflict Choir, Bernie Marsden from Whitesnake, Uli Jon Roth), Jack Bowles (Thomas Atlas), George Cook (Thomas Atlas), Chloe’s dad Ian Mogg and Mirron Webb (RAIN).
A big advocate for raising awareness for invisible illnesses, Chloe was featured on BBC Radio 1’s Minute of Me and as a featured artist for BBC News online, talking about discrimination against musicians with disabilities. During the first lockdown in 2020, Chloe co-created The 7 Arts Still Exist, a platform where artists and musicians could share their talent online. The event went viral and received praise from BBC Radio 1 and beyond. Recognizing her work, Chloe received the ‘Local Hero’ at the AIM Music Awards in 2021.