Welcome to the Kitten band Wiki
Chloe Chaidez's early interest in music stemmed from her father who was a drummer in Los Angeles' early punk scene. By ten, Chloe had already begun playing bass and formed her own band, Wild Youth. By twelve, she was opening for indie artists such as Midlake, Band of Horses and Conor Oberst. Kitten's debut self-titled album ranked #16 on Rolling Stone Magazine's Best Pop Albums of 2014.
Kitten went through a lineup change with their second EP Cut It Out. Max Kuehn (drums), Elvis Kuehn (synth/guitar) and Zach Carper (bass) quit the band to fully commit to FIDLAR, the second band they were juggling at the time.
In October 2013, shortly after the release of their Like a Stranger EP, Kitten announced the departure of band members Waylon Rector, Zach Bilson, and Lukas Frank. Bryan De Leon would remain with Kitten until the conclusion of the Fall 2013 Charli XCX tour, and would then part ways as well.
On February 4, 2014, soon after the conclusion of the Charli XCX tour, De Leon, Bilson, and Rector rejoined Kitten, and the band joined The Neighbourhood on their spring headlining tour. However, by May 24, 2014 all three had again decided to leave the band, leaving Chaidez as the sole member. On March 2016, Kitten released their third EP, Heaven or Somewhere in Between.