7 pm doors
$20 adv / $24 doors
*All attendees must be fully vaccinated and be able to show proof (via card or QR code). SF also has a mask mandate so you must mask up when not drinking or eating. Let's keep everyone safe and sound during this return to live music!*
On her sophomore album Blood Bunny, singer/songwriter Chloe Moriondo puts her fantastically warped inner life on full and glorious display. With both intense specificity and idiosyncratic humor, the 18-year-old artist opens up on everything from hopeless crushes to gory revenge fantasies to the many elaborate thoughts that endlessly run through her brain (whether or not to shave her head, the boredom of the suburbs and the longing to escape, her undying love for Paramore and Girlpool, the freakishly large wingspan of manta rays). In that unchecked sharing of her obsessions and frustrations and deepest anxieties, Moriondo arrives at a body of work that’s bitingly honest yet tenderhearted, a lovingly delivered offering to the fellow weirdos of the world. https://chloemoriondo.com
23-year-old Wallice began writing songs in middle school, contemplating secret crushes over instruments she learned to play in the school band, and armed with her trusty iPod maxed out by Weezer, Black Eyed Peas, Radiohead and Lana Del Rey. With Adrienne Lenker, Vampire Weekend, Men I Trust and The Drums on her current high-rotation, elements of both her past and present influences distill in Wallice's sound -- which feels sweet and nostalgic with a rowdy edge. Wallice's distinct and emotive voice led her to the New School's Jazz Vocal Performance program in New York City. After a year, she decided to pack her bags and head back home to California to focus on her own music. Wallice linked back up with her childhood friend marinelli, who helped her develop a clearer direction for her voice and style. Starting with the release of her debut single "Punching Bag" in late 2020, Wallice has quickly become known for blending bedroom pop with the energy and ethos of indie rock. Her unapologetic, funny and often self-deprecating lyrics have seen her tracks embraced as hyper-relatable Gen-Z anthems, with her forthcoming EP promising many more to come. https://youtu.be/v3WDiYo8RH8
*Due to circumstances beyond our control, Thomas Headon will no longer be able to appear at the Chloe Moriondo show on 10/12/21. The support for the show will now be Wallice and Shortly.
Shortly / Wallice