Cherryade – Mixed Signals | New Music
London based duo, Cherryade, have released new track, “Houdini”, the follow up to “Fractured Fairytales” and “The Crown”. Produced with assistance from Lewis Gardiner (PRIDES, KLOE), it is apparently about double standards encountered being taught at a religious school. In fact, “the priest was later convicted for being a paedophile”.
“Houdini” has deep bass drum and ringing bell. The hook is bleak but, somehow, daresay triumphant. Very addictive, in fact. The vocals, mostly rapped, are sassy, maybe a bit brattish, yet actually have good diction, too. No need felt to replicate American accents, whereby you may not understand every line.
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