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Chloe Star Unveils Raw and Anthemic New Single “Wasted Youth”

Chloe Star, the rising luminary of alt-pop, ignites the airwaves with her latest single, “Wasted Youth.” Chloe epitomizes the essence of a contemporary rockstar, unapologetically bold, openly queer, and a staunch advocate for female empowerment. Her music resonates with a potent blend of pop, rock, and punk, forging a distinctive sound that is uniquely hers.

Kicking off with an infectious distorted guitar riff, “Wasted Youth” erupts into a fervent, full-throttle rock anthem that demands to be heard. It’s the kind of track that compels you to belt out every word. Lyrically, “Wasted Youth” unveils Chloe at her most unguarded and vulnerable, offering a candid glimpse into the three months she spent at a wilderness treatment program at the age of 16.

“This song encapsulates my journey through that program, but it also sheds light on the realization that without that experience, I wouldn’t be where I am today. It’s a testament to the fact that adversity can pave the way for personal growth and resilience.”

Chloe Star

Hailing from a lineage that intertwines Persian and Indigenous roots, Chloe Star is not just a musician but a multifaceted artist and tribal advocate. Raised between the bustling streets of Los Angeles and the serene landscapes of her family’s reservation in San Bernardino, her formative years were marked by chaos and instability. Yet, amidst the tumult, she found solace in the art of journaling and poetry, eventually translating her emotions into melodies with self-taught prowess on the piano and guitar.

After years of honing her craft and carving her sonic identity, Chloe made her official debut in 2023. With early accolades from influential platforms such as EUPHORIA, EARMILK, and Unpublished Magazine, coupled with an ardent online following, Chloe Star undeniably emerges as a rising star in the musical firmament.

Experience the raw intensity of “Wasted Youth” below:

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