Black and white photo portrait of singer songwriter Chloe March
Album cover of Starlings and Crows by Chloe March
starling illustration by chloe march
starling illustration by chloe march

'Starlings & Crows'
Chloë March

hidden shoal/powderkeg records © 2020

Digital Download and Beautiful Limited Edition CD's and Cassette Tapes available at
Bandcamp

"One ultimately less listens to this intoxicating collection than luxuriates in it... No one sounds quite like her, either vocally or musically."
Textura

"Exquisite... Such a great piano player, poet and vocalist...an exceptional performance"
Tom Robinson BBC6 Music 

"A staggering powerhouse of talent" 
Gray Days and Gold Best of 2020

News

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September 2021
 
New Merchandise!
Beautiful Original Limited Edition Giclée Prints For Sale


Limited Edition Museum Quality Archival Print of Chloë's original designs for 'Starlings & Crows' now for sale! This beautiful print 'Rose-Trees' features the rose trees, the starling and the flowers from the album cover. Chloë's original pen and ink drawings have been professionally reproduced onto gorgeous Hahnemühle Photo Rag archival paper, highly valued for the crisp detailed prints it produces.
Signed and Numbered from a Limited Edition of Ten
£35 plus p&p from Bandcamp
Please go to Chloë's Shop for all the info

Original Album Artwork by Chloë March Giclée Print
Original Album Artwork by Chloë March Giclée Print of rose trees and starling

April 2021

A fantastic new review of 'Starlings & Crows' at Italy's music site Ondarock

'In truth I find it hard to call Chloë March's work undervalued, because in this case we are faced with a real neglect on the part of critics and audiences... March's evanescent and refined chamber-pop would not go unnoticed if it were published in the name of more famous artists (for example, Kate Bush or David Sylvian)... The chamber-folk and dream-pop creations are kissed by an unusual beauty...'
Read full review on the Press Page

Gianfranco Marmoro Ondarock.it

March 2021

New Song

'Silver Grey City' was written by Chloë for the Charity Compilation Album 'And In the End' organised by Simon Tucker as a Fundraiser for the Help Musicians UK Charity. All 81 Artists donated their tracks to this Bandcamp Album, with every penny (after bandcamp/paypal fees) going to the charity.
 

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Rich electronics, dark honeyed vocals and startling touches... Every note played or sung is placed with jewel-like precision” 

Natsvaermeren DR P2 Radio Show featuring Chloë March

'To a Place', 'All Things Good' and the first movement of Chloë's Dance/Theatre score 'Politik' have all aired on these beautiful 'Nightfly' shows out of Copenhagen on Danish National Radio DR/P2 with renowned DJ Katrine Ring.
 
A brilliantly eclectic late-night show mixing genres to hypnotic and intriguing effect ~ 'To a Place' was aired between Fauré and Tchaikovsky in a playlist that included Johann Johannsson, Ben Harper and Stravinsky. 'All Things Good' is alongside Mahler, Barber, Mikkel Ploug, Tindersticks and 'Politik' between Chopin and Mozart.  Highly recommended listening!
 
Listen Again:
Natsvaermeren Website 'To a Place'
Natsvaermeren 'All Things Good'
Natsvaermeren 'Politik'

Hidden Shoal and Powderkeg Records are delighted to announce the release of 'Starlings & Crows' the stunning new album by English ambient-pop artist Chloë March

Out on Hidden Shoal and Powderkeg Records 23/10/2020

Black and white portrait photo of vocalist and producer Chloe March

For her fifth album, March drew inspiration from her early childhood in the Warwickshire countryside, nineteenth-century nature poet John Clare, and Lewis Carroll’s fantastical Alice Through the Looking Glass. Throughout the album there’s a palpable sense of wonder at the natural world, shot through with a deep concern for nature’s vulnerability. 'Starlings & Crows' resonates with notions of home on a macro and micro level. 

 

First single 'To A Place' is an elegant waltz built around swooning strings and piano. 'Landing 1969' sounds as astral as its subject matter would suggest, pulsing at the same tempo as Buzz Aldrin’s heart-rate as Apollo 11 left earth. 'Remember That Sky' is achingly emotive, showcasing March’s innate talent for creating an atmosphere of intimacy without compromising compositional depth. Despite running to a succinct 38 minutes, 'Starlings & Crows' is lush and expansive, while distilled to its crystalline essence.

Written, Performed, Recorded and Produced by Chloë March 2020 ©

Mastered by Steve Kitch at Steve Kitch Mastering

Licensing by Cam Merton at Hidden Shoal

Artwork: Chloë March ©

Singles from the album 'To a Place', 'Remember That Sky' and 'All Things Good' have featured on BBC6Music and BBC Introducing 

All Lyrics of 'Starlings & Crows' are Here

Buying at Bandcamp is the most direct way of supporting Chloë's music but it is also at

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'All Things Good', the third single to be taken from 'Starlings & Crows' is a delicate and evocative ballad, led by a vulnerable yet strongly flowing melodic vocal over gently propulsive piano. A wish fulfilment and a spell of love and the healing sensuality of the natural world. Streaming at Soundcloud or DL at Bandcamp

Read Chloë's Blog about the origins of the song and how it connects to a song on her previous album 'Blood-Red Spark' here

'Remember That Sky', the second single released from 'Starlings & Crows' is shimmering and smoky, with a dark, velvety vocal tracing a melodic line over drifting and evocative lush synths. Achingly emotive, it showcases March’s innate talent for creating an atmosphere of intimacy without compromising compositional depth. Free Download at Bandcamp

'To A Place', the first single from 'Starlings & Crows' is an elegant waltz built around swooning strings and piano. A bittersweet song of missing a loved one, of falling into a place of memory and imagination. Featuring subtle broken trumpets and beautiful descending vocal lines it's a song of beauty, disquiet and longing.

“One of those one-in-a-million voices

Luminous, sensual, seductive...

her voice is the key that unlocks an intimate soundworld...

Ravishing” 

—  textura magazine