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Nasty Cherry have arrived with their Charli XCX co-written debut track, 'Win'

They're signed to Charli's label, and have an EP on the way too.
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Published: 8:16 am, March 12, 2019
Nasty Cherry have arrived with their Charli XCX co-written debut track, 'Win'

If you've ever had the occasion to spend time following HRH Queen of All Pop Charli XCX on Instagram, you'll already be well aware of Nasty Cherry.

Fresh out of the blocks, the band is made up of Kitten's Chloe Chaidez, Charli's former live drummer Deborah Knox-Hewson, Georgia Somary - who has an IMDB credit as a set decorator on Star Wars (!) - and model Gabbriette Bechtel.

Described in a press release as the "brainchild" of Charli XCX, they're signed to her Vroom Vroom Recordings imprint, and have collaborated with her for their forthcoming debut EP. All of which explains why she's been posting about them 'a lot'.

As a first taster we've been blessed with 'Win' - co-written with Charli and produced by collaborator Justin Raisen. You can hear the key of 'Sucker' era XCX in there, but with expanded horizons. Check it out below.

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