“Canada has given us a lot of very good singer-songwriters. Chloe Albert is a name we should add to the list. [Dedicated State] It's the epitome of a fine singer-songwriter record, with intelligent, literate writing, appealing vocals and very tasteful production and musical arrangements” - George Graham
— WVIA FM Radio, Pittston, PA
‘Come Around Again’, the latest album by Chloe Albert; an eclectic collection of songs that artfully evoke our most relatable human emotions. From the dulcet finger-picking that begins ‘Goodbyes’ to the electric robustness of ‘Die Trying’, it is clear Albert is not interested in fitting easily into one simple category; nor are her talents limited to a single sound. Come Around Again features collaborations with songwriters Danielle Knibbe, Rob Heath and cellist Christine Hanson. The ear-worm catchiness of the title track, produced by Ryan Stewart (Carly Rae Jepsen, Simple Plan), conjurs a likeness to Serena Ryder and Grace Potter with its folk-to-pop crossover sound but is also enticingly new.
Chloe Albert has been a staple in the Edmonton music scene since the release of her debut Canadian Folk Music Award-winning album ‘Dedicated State’ in 2008. Her sophomore album ‘Dream Catcher’ earned her a JUNO Award nomination for Adult Contemporary Album of the Year, a Western Canadian Music Award nomination, and multiple Edmonton Music Awards, rooting her as an important figure in the Canadian songwriting landscape. A prolific, multi-instrumentalist and singer/songwriter, Chloe is a working-class musician who has played professionally for over ten years, and whose discography showcases her adeptness in spanning genre and style. Taking time between her sophomore album and latest release to raise three young boys, this album exudes a confidence and maturity that can only come with making music through significant life changes.