Yes, the title is shocking but the song itself is pretty much an ace. Baltimore quartet Cherie Amour really uses their arsenal of pop, punk, and hip-hop to craft a progressive nu-punk soundscape where emotions run high over the blazing, edgy riffs and breakneck choruses. “‘Orlando’ starts out by painting a visual of walking in on your significant other with someone else. I wanted to show what I think many people have felt, but wouldn’t dare to express on wax. The rapped portion of the song gets emotionally aggressive, and I think that’s what makes it interesting. A simple anthem!” shared vocalist Trey Miller.