Inspired by wordsmiths such as Leonard Cohen and Laura Marling, Chloe Leigh’s music portrays sincere tales of love and loss.
Although her fiery red hair might make you think that Chloe is of Irish decent, the London-born singer may be a prime example for why you should never judge a book by its cover, with her roots actually stemming from Andalucia in the South of Spain.
The Spanglish singer fell in love with folk music at a young age, and after being challenged by her singing teacher at The BRIT School to try and write a song every day, Chloe quickly developed a large catalogue of songs that she was keen to showcase at gigs across the capital.
Chloe Leigh now resides in the beautiful sea-side town of Brighton, where the songstress has spent the past few years developing her sound and taking any and every opportunity to play music, which has led to her playing at iconic festivals such as Isle of Wight, 2000 Trees and Glastonbury.
Although Chloe still takes inspiration from the folk world, she has recently been working on a collection of songs that are inspired by her Spanish roots, carefully blending folk, pop and a touch of Latin flair to create her unique style of writing.