'Broken Woman' Out Now

Chloe Kay and The Crusade's brand new soulful, blues soaked single is the start of a new era for the band. Their most raw and vulnerable release to date. a powerful track that is bound to resonate with many. Born from the depths of heartache, Chloe Kay taps into her blues on 'Broken Woman' and delivers her most soulful performance yet.

Fierce, feelsy and female fronted, Chloe Kay and The Crusade are the newest soulful blues rock band taking Australia and the world by storm.

Known for her soulful powerhouse vocals and impassioned live performances, Chloe Kay and her mesmerising band of musicians are becoming well known on the festival circuit.

The group were finalists in the Bluesfest Busking Competition and performed at Bluesfest 2022, they played to a sold out Meatstock crowd, took to the stage at Cronulla Jazz and Blues Fest, Narooma Oyster Fest and more. They've also spent the last year playing packed out headline and support shows across NSW.

The Sydney based band released their debut single 'Just Got Burned' in February 2021. The fiesty, riff focused single was met with tremendous support, it received international airplay, was added to two of Joe Bonamassa’s Spotify playlists, and charted at #19 on the Triple J Unearthed Roots chart. Triple J radio host Nkechi Anele dubbed the track ‘absolute fire’ and praised Chloe’s ‘powerhouse’ vocal.

The band released their much anticipated second single 'Brokedown and Broke' in December 2021. The accompanying music video was premiered on Rolling Stone where editor Tyler Jenke wrote "The blistering instrumentation of icons such as Stevie Ray Vaughan and Leon Bridges shine through, while Kay’s vocals feature a mesmerising timbre reminiscent of the likes of Bonnie Raitt or even Joss Stone."

Triple J host Tyrone Pynor praised the song saying "Let me tell you, Chloe's vocals on that, girl can SING!...packs a whole heap of energy, fierce and very very punchy...."

The band's new single 'Broken Woman' was released on September 29th 2022.

"The blistering instrumentation of icons such as Stevie Ray Vaughan and Leon Bridges shine through, while Kay’s vocals feature a mesmerising timbre reminiscent of the likes of Bonnie Raitt or even Joss Stone."

Rolling Stone

"Let me tell you, Chloe's vocals on that, girl can SING!...packs a whole heap of energy, fierce and very very punchy...."

Tyrone Pynor, Triple J

“You’re a great singer and songwriter. You’re at that place where it shines through as you and for you.”

– Bobby Whitlock (Derek & The Dominos)