Eora/Sydney-based artist Chloe Parché is making waves with her latest single, ‘I Don’t Wanna Know‘. At just 19, Parché proves herself as a natural talent, seamlessly blending shoegaze and indie pop to create a captivating atmosphere. This track, the second release from her upcoming EP ‘Bad With Words’, showcases Parché’s ability to craft a sound that is both ethereal and catchy. The chorus explodes with a lingering hook, encapsulating the song’s dreamy essence. Parché’s vocals effortlessly ride the music’s waves, creating an experience that is both introspective and universally relatable.
The genesis of ‘I Don’t Wanna Know’ took place during Chloe Parché’s first writing session with Harry O’Brien, lead singer of Pacific Avenue. This collaboration not only marked a new chapter for Parché but also allowed her to explore the possibilities of a professional studio environment. The result was a song that flowed effortlessly, capturing a self-explanatory essence. Reflecting on the experience, Parché states, “I think because I was so excited to write in a new environment, the song flowed out subconsciously, and I didn’t have to think about it too much.” The simplicity and spontaneity of the song’s creation contribute to its reliability.
Parché hopes that listeners will find their own connection to the track, saying, “I hope everyone is able to relate to it in their own way and enjoy listening to it as much as I enjoyed making it.” With its introspective lyrics and dreamy soundscape, ‘I Don’t Wanna Know’ invites audiences to immerse themselves in the emotions woven into the music.
Chloe Parché is no stranger to recognition in the music industry. Her debut record ‘Moneymaker‘ and EP ‘Crooked‘ garnered support from across the Australian music landscape, earning her gigs at prominent Sydney venues and participation in School Night Sydney. Her rise includes successful streaming numbers, playlist features, and a spot on the AWAL roster alongside artists like Spacey Jane and Genesis Owusu.
As Chloe Parché continues to shine on the Australian music scene, her highly anticipated sophomore EP, ‘Bad With Words,’ is on the horizon. She is also set to support Pacific Avenue on December 23rd at Waves in Wollongong, marking another milestone in her impressive career.