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PREMIERE: Chloe Styler - 'Twenty Five'

9 April 2024 | 10:23 am | Mary Varvaris

'Twenty Five' is a gorgeous acoustic ballad that showcases Chloe Styler’s vocal range and storytelling abilities.

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Self-proclaimed “yeehaw-pop” singer Chloe Styler is back with a new song, Twenty Five, following her recent releases, Time Bomb and Hometownless. Twenty Five is officially out tomorrow (10 April), but Countrytown shares an exclusive premiere today.

The video for Twenty Five finds Styler behind the wheel of a truck and taking in the countryside as she tries to hide “these insecurities”. Twenty Five is a gorgeous acoustic ballad that showcases Chloe Styler’s vocal range and storytelling abilities, channelling the relatable, messy feelings of being 25, watching friends on their separate paths and trying to find her own way.

“I don’t know what I want/ but I gotta let it all work out/ and try to hide these insecurities,” Styler sings in a particularly special a capella moment at the bridge, strumming an acoustic guitar as she muses: “That’s just life at 25”.

For her latest music video, Styler reunited with editor Jazmyn Produces, who directed the clips for Time Bomb and Hometownless.

Chloe Styler co-wrote Twenty Five with Kaylee Bell, one of Countrytown’s favourite artists, and Gavin Carfoot, a Golden Guitar-winning producer. In addition to co-writing the song, she directed and produced the music video alongside her sister, Amy, in Hervey Bay, Queensland.

You can watch the music video below.

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It’s been an exciting time for Chloe Styler, who opened for Shannon Noll at Brisbane’s Princess Theatre on Sunday (7 April). Taking to Instagram to share her excitement about the performance, Styler wrote, “This will go down as one of my favourite gigs in the history of time, maybe ever.”

Last month, Styler opened for Go West and Nik Kershaw in venues across Australia and is set to play with Travis Collins as part of the Queensland Music Trails on Sunday, 14 April.

In a recent Countrytown interview, Styler said about the future of Australian country music making waves in Nashville, “There’s a space in Nashville for any Australian that really wants it”. You can read the full interview here.



Saturday 13 April – QLD Music Trails – Goondiwindi, QLD

Sunday 14 April – QLD Music Trails – Nindigully, QLD (w/ Travis Collins)

Saturday 27 April – The Junk Bar – Brisbane, QLD