BLOOD BUNNY

Chloe Moriondo - BLOOD BUNNY
Critic Score
Based on 7 reviews
2021 Ratings: #31 / 327
User Score
Based on 102 ratings
2021 Ratings: #269
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CRITIC REVIEWS

100
Dork
On her first ‘Big Kid’ album, as she calls it, she puts everything together into one supremely satisfying package.
80
The Line of Best Fit

Blood Bunny is reassuring, and as a body of work is an example not just of someone going through this same turbulence, but flourishing regardless.

80
DIY
With this record she enters the pop canon as someone who, like her heroes, deserves to be covered by teenagers in their sun-soaked bedrooms.
80
NME

Whether channelling her larger-than-life musical heroes or shrouding her music in something more subtle, Moriondo’s lyricism shines through.

80
The Observer
There is much to distinguish Moriondo, whose sense of mischief is as strong as her pop-punk desire to tell it like it is.
80
Sputnikmusic

Blood Bunny is one of those highly accessible mainstream pop albums that is somehow able to completely retain its own personality.

70
Clash

A 13 track evocative portrait of emotional exuberance, ‘Blood Bunny’ is her true point of departure.

andiov1
78
This pretty much outdoes girl in red's album in almost every aspect as far as lesbian bedroom pop goes
orangedroog65
98
This site underrates angsty fun.
Valeyard
80
Shit. I'm a sucker for sad teenage songs.
opinionofnobody
40
A lot of this is pretty immature and cringey (to me), but I can forgive it because it's an actual 18 y/o writing some angsty shit. There are some nice melodies too.
Orlkont
75
As someone in their 20s, I often cringe at the things I did when I was 18. I wonder if Chloe cringes at this in her 20s.
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Added on: April 2, 2021