Los Angeles garage rockers Cherry Glazerr have shared a new track called “Big Bang,” which they recorded with producer Jen Decilveo.
Cherry Glazerr have yet to announce a new album, but are reinventing their sound with their recent releases. From the synthy electronic sound of “Rabbit Hole” to the energetic early 2000’s pop feel of “Big Bang,” it looks like Cherry Glazerr are treading in new sonic territory.
“The lyrics came from feeling like I was growing apart from someone who was close to me in my life, and the song is essentially about heartache, but it’s euphoric at the same time,” Cherry Glazerr’s Clementine Creevy explains of the track. “That’s what I like about it – the intensity of those very personal feelings paired with a sort of huge, exposed energy. I feel like I was able to let a lot out with this song. It feels really special to me.”
Listen to “Big Bang” below.
“Some songs take on a lot of forms until they finally end up the way they do and this was definitely one of those,” Creevy continues. “It lived a few different lives for sure, I just kept changing up the rhythms until I was like, ‘oh yeah that’s it right there!’ I wanted to give it a sort of early ‘aughts pop production feel, with the interplay between the acoustic guitar figure and the bass synth and the 808 hits during the choruses.”