Prosperous puppy luv

Former Eisenhower student Chloe Moriondo’s new EP (extended playlist)

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The Ep has 6 brand new songs including one cover song. Each song stems from the theme of dogs and incorporates various dog metaphors. “I really like ‘werewolf’ because of the lyrics, it has a very cool double meaning,” said Junior Abby Bietler.

Kendall Culpert, Staff Writer

After two albums and three EPs, Chloe Moriondo, a former student at Eisenhower, has recently published a fourth EP.

Following the release of her sophomore album, “blood bunny,” Moriondo decided to drop even more music just 11 months later. The EP is titled “puppy luv” and contains a track list of six songs that all have the same theme… dogs.

“It’s very Chloe, she’s really settled into her own sound,” said choir teacher Julia Holt.

Moriondo released two singles on the EP called “sammy,” coming out before the EP was released, then a couple weeks later, released “puppy luv.” Moriondo also added a cover song of “Dog Days Are Over” by Florence Welch.

 “She puts in a lot of emotion into her songs from her personal experiences which makes her stand out from other artists,” said Abbey Bietler.

Chloe has gotten lots of attention ever since she graduated, and her former choir teacher of six years could not be more supportive.

 “It’s just so fun to be able to see and hear her on TV, I’m really proud of her,” said Holt.