Chasing Lovely

Chasing Lovely
About the Artist: 

​Folk-pop duo Chasing Lovely combine haunting harmonies, powerful melodies, and insightful lyrics to create a truly captivating acoustic performance. With their latest EP, "Things We Don't Talk About" (July 2017), Chloe and Taylor candidly open up about both personal and cultural conflict, addressing subjects normally considered taboo. The Korean-American sisters grew up in the frozen tundra of Minneapolis, MN, and have been nearly inseparable since birth. Chloe has always had a knack for singing and playing just about any instrument she picks up, while Taylor is a word-nerd whose melodramatic tendencies make for good lyrics. They moved to Nashville in 2011 and spent six years cutting their teeth in Music City before relocating to Atlanta in April 2017. 

Chasing Lovely has been touring across the U.S. since June 2013 and have had the privilege of working alongside producers and musicians who have worked with Mumford & Sons, Joy Williams, Ingrid Michaelson, Meghan Trainor, Gungor, and Ben Rector. When they're not harmonizing or touring in their tiny '08 Hyundai Accent, Chloe and Taylor are probably stalking Theo Bonaparte on Instagram, laughing at poop jokes, dreaming of one day owning a self-sustaining Earthship home in Hawaii, or making homemade bread and soymilk while trying to live a #zerowastelife. But all you really need to know is: they're a folk/rock/pop/soul duo (with obvious genre commitment issues). Think: The Civil Wars meets James Bay meets Adele.

Chloe and Taylor firmly believe there are few problems freshly baked chocolate chip cookies can't solve. They also believe in promoting understanding, provoking critical thinking, changing your mind and working towards positive change. They're driven by a deep curiosity for the world around them and the people in it. Their songs are a reflection of the strangely wonderful (and at times, equally tragic) human experience and their attempt to understand it all. Chasing Lovely's mission is to provoke thought, promote understanding, and capture both glimmers of light and darkness as they share the deeply moving human experience through song.

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