Thursday, September 7, 2017

Cherryade - Blah Blah

Drawing inspiration from socio-political issues, pop culture, astrophysics, Lil’ Kim and reruns of South Park, London-based duo Cherryade return today with the release of their band new single called "Blah Blah", produced by Dillistone (Dua Lipa, Frances). Laden with electronic beats and addictive synth-lines, "Blah Blah" is another feisty and delicious dancefloor anthem laced with devil-may-care attitude and singer Ella's sweet yet fierce vocals. "Blah Blah" follows their previously released pop banger "Get By" and one-off track "Theresea May (Bullshit)", which Clash describes as "a bombastic piece of day-glo pop... spitefully hilarious and completely on-point."

Speaking on the track, the duo explain:

"We wrote this song about people getting distracted with material things and focusing on style over substance. We love pop music but so many artists we love don’t really say anything, so it's partially addressing that as well, but at the same time it's also really tongue-in-cheek and fun."

Listen to "Blah Blah" along with "Theresea May (Bullshit)" below.

Premiere via The Line of Best Fit.

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