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Clio returns with new synth-fuelled pop ballad ‘Slow Burn’

Accomplished musician Clio Renner is back with new solo material on the gorgeous track ‘Slow Burn’. Following from her previous single ‘Silly Girls’ released earlier in the year, ‘Slow Burn’ captures the essence of Clio’s exquisite songwriting with a few added expansions along the way. Clio is gearing up to launch the new single with a free show on Friday 29 November at Coburg’s Post Office Hotel in Melbourne.

Teaming up with producer Lawrence Folvig (Ainslie Wills) ‘Slow Burn’ steers Clio’s music into previously unexplored synth-pop territory whilst maintaining her signature heavenly harmonies and delicate refrains. Out Thursday 14 November, the song is yet another Clio delicacy that explores notions of love, loss and acceptance through captivating poetics and the utmost honesty.

One of Melbourne’s busiest musicians and the city’s go-to session pianist, Clio has worked with everyone from Angus and Julia Stone, Ella Thompson (The Bamboos, GL), Sui Zhen and Olympia to Deborah Conway, Tim Rogers, Bob Evans, Killing Heidi and more; most recently lending her keyboard skills to Alex Lahey for her epic ‘Like A Version’ throwback on triple j. Since emerging a solo artist with her debut EP Something Left To Leave Behind last year, and receiving a slew of industry acclaim including a 4-star review from Forte Magazine and indie artist of the week by the Australian Independent Record Labels Association, Clio has uncovered a renewed confidence in her own skin.