CXLOE establishes herself as one of Australia's next big pop acts with Monster

CXLOE establishes herself as one of Australia's next big pop acts with Monster

The Australian musician continues to strive with the follow-up to her enchanting single Tough Love.

Earlier this year we met the powerful and confident sounds of CXLOE, who at the time, was unveiling the powerful video for her dark-pop anthem Tough Love. Now she's back, solidifying her position as one of Australia's next big possible pop exports with another brooding anthem in Monster. Much like Tough Love before it, Monster focuses on a bit of a darker and menacing take on Australian electronic-pop, with swelling synth combining with CXLOE's impressive vocals to create this woozy electro-pop magic. "Writing Monster was born from looking back on a time where I found myself saying things I usually wouldn’t, surrounding myself with people I usually wouldn’t," CXLOE says on the single. "Monster is a reflection of myself and the person I became.”

"Exploring these realms of pop allows me to intertwine the vulnerability of alternative music with a sense of darkness that is created within electronic music," she continues, explaining her relationship with pop music and how it moulds with the more indie/electronic sides of her musical output. "Coupling them in a way that gives me so much freedom as an artist."

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