Cherie Amour Captures The Shock Of Becoming The Cheatee In “Orlando”
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.