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Cherryade return with blazing bop ‘Bang. Bop. Go Worldwide’

London electro-pop duo Cherryade are back with ‘Bang. Pop. Go Worldwide.’, the first single from their upcoming ‘Sinking Ship’ EP.

Following on from their previous anthem ‘Shout Loud’, the duo have continued their explosive fun and empowering sound with yet another catchy bop.

Comprising of friends Ella and Alex, the London duo say the song came from past experience of being thrown around by people.

Ella says: “We’ve had a pretty shitty year being messed around by some notable American managers who made a lot of fake promises, so after wasting our time we wrote this as a big f**k you anthem.

“It’s a fun party song, but it’s all about not relying on anyone else.”

Bang. Pop. Go Worldwide.

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Alex says: “It’s the first time we’ve really felt comfortable producing ourselves and featuring my vocals, and in a strange way being messed around has given us a lot more confidence creatively.”

Produced by Cherryade themselves, with some additional production from John Foyle (Years & Years, FKA Twigs), the new single builds on previous support from the likes of TIME Magazine, MTV, and The Guardian.

With their sound developing from drunken teenage GarageBand demos to fully-fledged left-field pop bangers, Cherryade has worked with the likes of Ant Whiting (M.I.A., John Newman), Xenomania (Girls Aloud) and more.

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Written by QWEERIST editor

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