Cavetown and Chloe Moriondo shared TikTok teasing a snippet of a new unreleased and untitled song.
The caption from Cavetown, aka Robin Skinner, read: “Me and Chloe wrote this song together, it’s a bit confusing because I literally just learned it on guitar, but we wanted to show you,” and fans immediately commented, “I need it on Spotify” and “Rob and Chloe are the best duet.”
This is not their first collaboration. Back in 2021, the musicians made a cover of Witus’ “Teenage Dirtbag” on the official Cavetown YouTube channel.
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Moriondo released their third album “Suckerpunch” last October. In a four-star review, NME said the record was “a bold sonic adventure that thrives on excess. Throughout the record, consisting of 13 constantly changing tracks, Moriondo proves that she is an artist who can do anything, and at the same time have an absolute ball. Underestimate them at your own risk.”
Most recently, they were selected as one of the artists of BOSE X NME: C23, and their song “Killbot” was included in the mixtape.
Meanwhile, Cavetown is due to give its biggest concert to date at Alexandra Palace on Sunday, September 24, as part of its Bittersweet Daze festival. In a statement, Cavetown said: “It’s going to be such a grand epic time and I can’t wait to play songs with my dear friends in London in this incredible place!”
His fifth and final studio album, Worm Food, was released last November. In a four-star review, NME described the record as Cavetown’s “most fully realized to date”, adding: “There may be no answers to ‘Worm Food’, but who needs them when there is so much raw honesty, understanding in them? and self-affirmation.”