Richie Dagger’s Crime is back with “Chloe Dancer”, featuring his dreamy vocals over layered instrumentals in the latest single from his upcoming mixtape, 'Just A Little Bit', due out in August.
Reaching back into Seattle’s Grunge Rock history with “Chloe Dancer”, originally released in 1989 by Mother Love Bone, members of which would go on to launch Pearl Jam and worldwide acclaim.
Artwork for the track is based on a photo of Richie Dagger by Charles Peterson, the original photographer for the Shine EP. Find a portfolio of Charles Peterson’s photos of Cabin Games artists at http://bit.ly/CPcabin
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