Cherryade continues to break the popstar mould on their new pop-culture commentary single that is the insanely catchy, “Blah Blah.”
The duo is made up of Ella and Alex who met at school and fled to London to begin their musical antics, and with the release of “Houdini,” “Fractured Fairytales” and “The Crown” have received recognition from CLASH, DIY Magazine, PopJustice, NYLON, Wonderland, Spotify’s New Music Friday, Radio 1, BBC Introducing and Apple Music.
Their new single is a straight up electro banger that’s laced with slick synth beats that are ready to take over the late night dance floors across the world – courtesy of Dillstone (Dua Lipa & Frances)
The big draw of the track is it’s socio-political and pop-culture referencing lyrics that discuss “getting distracted with material things and focusing on style over substance,” the band go on to state; “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.”
Cherryade are already making waves across the pop-sphere and we can’t wait to see what they deliver next!
Check out “Blah Blah” below and let us know what you think in the comments!