London duo Cherryade has been lacerating anything cute in the pop realm with their previous works like “Blah Blah” and “My Town.” Today the duo has unveiled their debut EP Fractured Fairytales, which is a glorious compilation of rated R bangers that you’ll expect to hear at rooftop parties, gym, orgies, Soul Cycle, and bars. Stream below:
“Fractured Fairytales is what it says in the name – it’s a bunch of songs that are really twisted and over the top and fun. They’re stories, and they’re a good representation of us and who we are, we like things with a bitter twist and that cross the line” shared vocalist Ella.
“We’ve got so much music we’re ready to release after this mini album, and it’s a lot more pop, but to the point it’s so sweet it’ll rot your teeth.” shared Alex.
Comprised of Ella and Alex, Cherryade has been making waves across the radio and worked with hitmaking producers including Dillstone (Dua Lipa), Ant Whiting (M.I.A.), Lewis Gardiner (PRIDES) and Dimitri Tikovoi (Charli XCX). Be on the lookout for more Cherryade goodness in the upcoming months.
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