Chlöe’s Clue is the project by the Valencian Raquel Adalid (1996) that arises as a result of romantic coincidences of destiny in 2014 and ends up becoming the blessed way to unmask and reveal its most intimate, mysterious, hidden and forbidden delights through the “light songs / crying” – this is how Raquel calls the melodies she creates and preaches.
After two albums behind her back full of stories, tears and celebrations seasoned with passionate dance and beauty rhythms, Raquel returns with a new work in which a change in her style book is appreciated that she now embraces without corsets and with total admiration. Latin music, where Tango, Bossanova or Bolero, are presented with a natural and embraced mixture without excesses, with a large dose of courage and respect, which accompanies and complements its coined sound.
Her signature is already one of the most personal in the musical panorama of our country, for its originality, for the passion of his compositions and for the lack of need to contextualize her music in any style that is setting a trend in the music of our environment. closest.
“My favorite place outside is El Capricho Park. I wear a dress, one of my quirky hats, and teleport on a romantic walk in the 19th century.” – Chlöe’s Clue
“My favorite local record shop is Escridiscos. They have the sounds you are looking for and know how to recommend perfectly.” – Chlöe’s Clue
“My favorite local restaurant is Casa Amadeo los Caracoles.” – Chlöe’s Clue
“My favorite place to see a show is the Royal Theater for its history and greatness.” – Chlöe’s Clue
“The best local bar to see live music at is El Junco Jazz.” – Chlöe’s Clue
” My favorite neighborhood to hang out in is Lavapiés, because it flees from the ordinary, the overcrowding, the commercial, the obvious. There are always very interesting corners and artistically it is a delicious place.” – Chlöe’s Clue
“My favorite cafe is Chocolatería San Ginés.” – Chlöe’s Clue