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Stream: Cherry Glazerr, ‘Rabbit Hole’

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In the twilight days of 2020, the Los Angeles-based Cherry Glazerr, have released their first new music since their 2019 LP, “Stuffed & Ready.” The new track, “Rabbit Hole” pivots away from their garage-rock sound and into the realm of edgy synth-pop.

“Rabbit Hole,” out via Secretly Canadian, is evidence that Cherry Glazerr is shifting gears and so far, so good. The track has a lot of energy and is filled with fast percussion, synths and dreamy pop vocals. There’s also a wicked cool guitar solo right before the bridge. The three-piece band led by frontwoman Clementine Creevy recorded “Rabbit Hole” with Jenn Decliveo and sampled Moderations’ “All Because of You.”

Creevy says “‘Rabbit Hole’ is about clawing back my identity. … I often find myself acting a certain way to get someone else’s approval. Then it’s hard for me to find myself again. I have to climb my way out of that conformity and embrace myself, even if that means not everyone is going to like me. Easier said than done! But it’s what I was meditating on with this song. ‘Tried too hard not to be distasteful, but it led me down a rabbit hole’ That line sums it up.”

“Rabbit Hole” sets the stage for what to expect in Cherry Glazerr’s soon-to-be-recorded fourth studio album.

||| Stream:  “Rabbit Hole”

||| Previously: Buzz Bands LA’s Favorite Albums of 2019, live at FIGat7th, live at the Troubadour, “Wasted Nun”/”Daddi”

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