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Nasty Cherry are back with their second track, 'What Do You Like In Me?'

It follows-up on their debut statement 'Win'.
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Published: 3:23 pm, May 28, 2019
Nasty Cherry are back with their second track, 'What Do You Like In Me?'

Nasty Cherry have dropped their second single.

The band, signed to Charli XCX's Vroom Vroom Recordings, are following up their debut statement 'Win' with 'What Do You Like In Me?' - alongside a video produced and co-directed by lead-singer Gabbriette and creative Indiana Piorek.

“The song is personal to all of us...” Gabbriette shares, “Indiana and I wanted to create a world that felt familiar and timeless and let the song speak for itself. We used all of our own clothes and “props” from our homes and friends to help out...it was a wonderful collaboration that I’m so happy was born.”

You can check out the clip for 'What Do You Like In Me?' below.

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