Detroit’s Chloe Moriondo will bring ‘Blood Bunny’ to the main stage homecoming show at El Club

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Detroit's own Chloe Moriondo will play a headlining homecoming show at Detroit's El Club.  - PHOTO: JIMMY FONTAINE

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  • Detroit’s own Chloe Moriondo will play a headlining homecoming show at Detroit’s El Club.

Rising Gen Z do-it-yourself bedroom pop star Chloe Moriondo eats boys.

Or so the Detroit natives claim on their pop-punk-influenced sophomore album, Blood Bunny, released earlier this year. “Because I eat boys / Yes, I get them bloody / You can not control me, because I wrote this story,” the 19-year-old sings on “I Eat Boys.” Moriondo, who uses her / them pronouns, got their start on YouTube in 2014 (their channel has more than 3 million followers) and only until Blood rabbit, Moriondo says she’s finally making the music she’s always wanted to make.

“I think a lot of young people around me in my generation started wanting to express ourselves more and wanted to lean more in the pop-punk direction because it’s so fun and expressive,” Moriondo said Metro Times. “I was definitely on my way back to my roots with Avril Lavigne and Hayley Williams and old Paramore when I made the most of Blood rabbit. ”

Moriondo’s influence is alive and well on the record. “What if it does not end well” feels like it belongs in the same universe as Lavinge’s banger ballad “I’m With You”, and Moriondo’s “Bodybag” could frolic with Bif Nakeds “Never alone. “But then there is a track like” Girl On TV “that feels like it could jump on a daisy-filled trampoline with Miley Cyrus around her Flaming Lips era. A match made in, yes, Michigan, Moriondo will be joined by another subway station from Detroit and Triple Crown Records artist Shortly (aka Alexandria Maniak), who released his emotional Adrienne Lenker cross with Mitski-sounding full-length record, Dancing, earlier this year.

The doors open at 8pm on Saturday, November 27 at El Club; 4114 W. Vernor Hwy., Detroit; 313-757-7942; elclubdetroit.com. Tickets cost $ 25.40


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