Powerhouse vocalist and songwriter Chloe has released the official music video for her vibrant track “Crazy.” Filmed at the Visulite Theater in Charlotte, NC by Taylor Drake of Digital Spark Studios, the video follows Chloe through various moments of a relationship and shows how things can change over time. The single comes from her debut solo album The In-Between and features world renowned guitarist Al Pitrelli.
“’Crazy’ is about missing the very love you lost and wishing for the good times again while ultimately knowing you can’t go back,” shares Chloe. “The video depicts a very relatable story of living through change. It shows the evolution of a couple through the years and challenges they face ultimately ending with the reassurance that sometimes love is simply not enough. Perhaps the crazy state is where we live until we have moved on fully.”
Earlier this year, Chloe release her long-awaited debut solo album, The In-Between. The deeply personal concept album was born from a journey of self-discovery following an emotional heartbreak. From the debut single “Renegade” to the vibrant “Crazy” (featuring guitar legend Al Pitrelli) to the groovy “Dirty Disco,” Chloe builds a narrative that offers a personal look at her metamorphosis. The most powerful and personal of the tracks, “Don’t Let Yourself Down,” took shape from words that Chloe’s mother said to her in one of her saddest moments. The song serves as a catalyst for the rest of the album and has a universal meaning far beyond the initial intention. The In-Between is now available at www.chloelowery.com
Chloe has been the featured vocalist for recording and touring phenomenon Trans-Siberian Orchestra since 2010 and has toured extensively and performed on Broadway with international sensation Rocktopia. She has also recorded and toured with beloved keyboardist/composer Yanni on his landmark Yanni Voices album and tour, performed with renowned jazz trumpeter Chris Botti, has been a soloist with the New York City Ballet, collaborated with noted hard-rock guitarist Joel Hoekstra, and even stepped into Janis Joplin’s shoes to tour with her legendary band Big Brother and the Holding Company.