Cherryade Is Bringing Back Substance Over Style With Their New Single “Blah Blah”

No space for chintzy style in this trip hop piece.

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London duo Cherryade shoots down chintzy styles of lamestream pop with their new single “Blah Blah,” produced by Dillstone (Dua Lipa, Frances). This trip hop piece mocks the superficiality and lack of substance that has saturated the pop scene, where material possessions occupy top priority than any meaningful theme. Ella’s vocals channel a satiristic Valley girl accent that is gloriously hilarious. “You talk shit like blah blah blah / Act so glossy ha ha ha / Fancy jewelry blah blah blah” she raps. “Blah Blah” is a satire, criticism and definitely a party hit that needs to be played on-repeat:

“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” shared Cherryade.

Comprised of Ella and Alex who initially met in school before taking off to London to start their music careers, Cherryade has already worked with big producers such as Ant Whiting (M.I.A., John Newman), Lewis Gardiner (PRIDES, KLOE), Dimitri Tikovoi (Charli XCX, MNEK) and Shaun Canning (Atom Tree). Hence, it is no surprise that their first releases such as “Fractured Fairytales” and “Houdini” have already amassed thousands of streams and radio plays. As of now, the duo hasn’t shared any show dates yet so stay tuned.