Chløë Black – Groupie

Chløë Black‘s new single Groupie is catchy as hell, coated in fuzzy electronics and embellished by her alluring vocal delivery. It’s also a feminist anthem, inspired by Chløë’s experience as a waitress in a Los Angeles strip club, but also by Frank Zappa’s refuge in Laurel Canyon, Kenneth Anger’s cult movie Scorpio Rising – starring Bruce Byron – and, obviously, Terry Reid’s 1970 documentary about groupies of the ’70s, like Pamela Des Barres or Cynthia Plaster Caster. Speaking on it, Chløë said: “In some cases these groupies have become even more legendary than a lot of the men they worshipped and have become poster girls for rebellion and sexual liberation.

Listen below.