Chloe Moriondo Announces Tour and New Album Suckerpunch, Shares Video

Chloe Moriondo Announces Tour and New Album Suckerpunch, Shares Video: Watch

Check out “Fruity” from the singer-songwriter’s Blood Bunny follow-up

Chloe Moriondo

Chloe Moriondo, photo by Kenneth Cappello

Chloe Moriondo has announced a new album, Suckerpunch. The follow-up to last year’s Blood Bunny arrives October 7 (via Public Consumption/Fueled by Ramen). Check out the video for new song “Fruity,” in which Moriondo pumps some sugary color into a drab office, below, and scroll down for their tour dates.

Producers and co-writers on Suckerpunch include Oscar Scheller, David Pramik, and Teddy Geiger. Moriondo said in a press release:

“Fruity” and this album in general are going to be a slap in the fucking face!! I liked the idea of naming the album for something that means an unexpected hit—something you never saw coming. It means the world to me to have the creative means to explore different shiny sounds and work with people I love so dearly on a project that is so new and exciting for me.

Read more about Moriondo in “Paramore’s Influence Is All Around Us” on the Pitch.


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01 Popstar
02 Fruity
03 Trophy
04 Knockout
05 Hell Hounds
06 Hotel for Clowns
07 Dress Up
08 Plastic Purse
09 Celebrity
10 Cdbaby<3
11 Hearteyes
12 Diet Heartbreak
13 Cry

Chloe Moriondo:

08-17 Hamburg, Germany – Nochtspeicher
08-19 Cologne, Germany – Helios 37
08-20 Biddinghuizen, Netherlands – Lowlands Festival
08-21 Hasselt, Belgium – Pukkelpop Festival
08-23 Amsterdam, Netherlands – Melkweg
08-24 London, England – Heaven
08-26 Leeds, England – Leeds Festival 2022
08-27 Edinburgh, Scotland – Connect Music Festival
08-28 Reading, England – Reading Festival 2022
08-30 Manchester, England – Gorilla
08-31 Glasgow, Scotland – SWG3 Studio Warehouse
09-01 Leeds, England – The Wardrobe
09-23 Dover, DE – Firefly Music Festival
10-12 Columbus, OH – Skully’s ^
10-13 Grand Rapids, MI – The Pyramid Scheme ^
10-14 Chicago, IL – House of Blues ^
10-15 Saint Paul, MN – Amsterdam ^
10-18 Denver, CO – Bluebird Theater ^
10-20 Salt Lake City, UT – Soundwell ^
10-22 Seattle, WA – Neumos ^
10-23 Portland, OR – Aladdin ^
10-25 San Francisco, CA – Great American Music Hall ^
10-26 Los Angeles, CA – The Regent ^
10-28 Santa Ana, CA – The Observatory ^
10-29 San Diego, CA – House of Blues ^
10-30 Phoenix, AZ – Crescent Ballroom ^
11-01 Fort Worth, TX – Tulips ^
11-02 Austin, TX – Mohawk ^
11-04 Atlanta, GA – The Masquerade ^
11-05 Carrboro, NC – Cat’s Cradle ^
11-06 Richmond, VA – The Broadberry ^
11-10 New York, NY – Irving Plaza ^
11-13 Boston, MA – Paradise Rock Club ^
11-15 Toronto, Ontario – The Opera House ^
11-17 Cleveland, OH – Beachland Ballroom ^
11-18 Pittsburgh, PA – Spirit ^
11-19 Detroit, MI – Majestic Theatre ^

^ with Dreamer Isioma

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Chloe Moriondo: Suckerpunch Tour 2022


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