16-year-old alternative pop artist, Cloe Wilder has released the video for her newest single, “Remember Me” today. The track, which is an ethereal and emotional recount of her childhood, is taken from her forthcoming sophomore EP, release date TBA. Providing a captivating and quite literal visual to the lyrics, the video features tenderhearted childhood footage in Cloe’s hometown of Clearwater, FL. Paired with vibrant flashes into the present day, it’s wrapped with bittersweet nostalgia, a feeling we all can deeply relate to, while providing us a beautifully personal glimpse into the life of the rising singer.
Succeeding the release of the EP’s dreamy-folk lead single “House by the Water,” Cloe remarks: “I don’t often write about my family, but I wanted to capture my childhood with ‘Remember Me.’ I wrote it to resemble a lullaby, creating this soundtrack to my very own supercut. When I listen to it, for a couple minutes, every home movie comes back to life.”
As she continues to write and record her forthcoming EP, Cloe is also gearing up for a year of live performances. In addition to her debut Nashville show at The East Room tonight with Steinza and Charlie Brennan, she’ll be packing her bags and joining Spencer Sutherland for 13 of the 26-date national “In His Mania” tour as the opening act.