Cherry Glazerr share synth-heavy new single ‘Rabbit Hole’
Los Angeles rockers Cherry Glazerr have shared their new synth-led single, ‘Rabbit Hole’.
The forceful trio is made up of Clementine Creevy, Sami Perez and Tabor Allen and the group’s last full-length release arrived almost two years ago when they shared their third album Stuffed & Ready. ‘Rabbit Hole’ is the band’s first piece of new music since their stand-alone single ‘Call Me’ with Portugal. The Man, which was released at the back end of 2019 and it’s worth the year-long wait.
The luscious new single signifies a huge deviation from their rock-orientated previous work and alludes to a new chapter for Cherry Glazerr. The song sees the band shift into uncharted territory and the extraordinarily catchy ‘Rabbit Hole’ is unequivocally poppier than anything they’ve ever done before.
“‘Rabbit Hole’ is about clawing back my identity,” Creevy says in a press release. “I often find myself acting a certain way to get someone else’s approval. Then it’s hard for me to find myself again. That’s what I was meditating on with this song.”
The press release then goes on to state says that this feeling of inadequacy can be traced back to Creevy’s childhood. “Change and discomfort are something I thrive in but I’ve come to realize that there’s a futility of doing things just to please other people,” the singer says. “You can’t sacrifice your true self, it’s just unsustainable. Realizing this has been a big pill to swallow for me but it has given me a wealth of perspective.”
Creevy then concludes: “I feel like I’m growing into the artist that I’ve always wanted to be, it feels better than anything to do what you want with your own art.”