Ricky Montgomery Teams Up With Chloe Moriondo on New Version of “Mr. Loverman”


Ricky Montgomery is back again with another rendition of his hit song “Mr Loverman”, this time with a new addition in Chloe Moriondo. This song follows up his previous release of “Line Without a Hook” ft, mxmtoon, which was a brilliant release. With this new version of “Mr. Loverman” we see both Ricky and Chloe’s beautiful harmonies come together to make the song even more beautiful than it already was. We couldn’t have asked for a better pairing. Their smooth vocals really will warm your heart in this one, and leave you feeling emotional for sure.

On the song and adding Chloe to it Ricky said; “Chloe posted a cover of a Honeysticks song ‘Out Like a Light’ a few years ago and it genuinely kept me going at a low point in my career. It was such an effortless reimagining of the song and inspired me so much.”

Chloe on being featured in the song; “I’ve loved Ricky’s music for a weirdly long time. A lot of ‘Montgomery Ricky’ was, like, the soundtrack to most of my coming of age experiences. I remember ‘Out Like A Light’ was the first Honeysticks song I’d heard, and it made me cry so I covered it and Ricky noticed it. I wanted to cry again cus this mf was literally like my vine ukulele icon and now he let me on this gorgeous fuckin song that I’m very grateful to be on.”

They both have a strong admiration for each other’s music and it was a clear choice to have them together on this track. Definitely go check out the lyric video to this beautiful new version of “Mr. Loverman”.


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