Sir Chloe Shares New Track “Should I”

Sir Chloe releases new single "Should I." The track is off the singer/songwriter and guitarist's forthcoming release 'I Am The Dog'
Sir Chloe photo by Grant Spanier

Ahead of the release of her new album I Am The Dog, Sir Chloe Aka: Dana Foote, has shares new single, “Should I.” The track is off the singer/songwriter and guitarist’s debut album, which drops on May 19 via Atlantic Records On May 18, Sir Chloe will play a special album release show at Racket in New York, followed by I Am The Tour, a run of headline dates in North America and Europe as well as support for a co-headling tour with Phoenix and Beck later in the year in 2023.

I Am The Dog was made with producer John Congleton (Lana Del Rey, St. Vincent, Angel Olsen), with songwriting contributions from Teddy Geiger (Caroline Polachek, Sylvan Esso, Lizzo) and Sarah Tudzin (Weyes Blood, Amen Dunes, Slowdive), I Am The Dog encapsulates the thrilling paradoxical nature of Sir Chloe. Thematically, the album grapples with finding control in the innate chaos of life, highlighting and interrogating this tension, only to destabilize it and opt for chaos once again. Anchored by Foote’s emotional and dynamic voice, the album toes the line between expression and concealment, making a fetish of the unsaid with lyrics that are simultaneously frank and ambiguous. With this constant push and pull propelling the album forward, Foote’s aim isn’t to be at rest but rather to ask why she cannot be.

Foote put Sir Chloe together in college to serve as her senior thesis, going on to write the band’s first major hits “Michelle”—which has accumulated more than 180 million streams on Spotify—and “Animal” on the floor of her dorm room. The rest of the songs on Sir Chloe’s 2020 EP Party Favors were recorded in a warehouse that the band transformed into a recording space with just $100 and sheer will.

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