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Nasty Cherry have shared their new single ‘Live Forever’ alongside a self-directed video

The foursome have an EP due later this year.
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Published: 4:40 pm, August 09, 2019
Nasty Cherry have shared their new single ‘Live Forever’ alongside a self-directed video

Nasty Cherry have shared their new single, ‘Live Forever’.

Co-written with Charli XCX and produced by Justin Raisen, it arrives alongside a video directed by the band’s Georgia Somary.

“The video shows a less filtered side of the band,” she explains. “I wanted all of us to be seen as we are. We just went to a theme park for my birthday, ate a ton of fried pickles and filmed most of it there on our phones, as well as in sessions, and at Gabriette’s apartment over two days.”

They’ve a debut EP on the way too, arriving in autumn, plus a London show at Shacklewell Arms on 23rd September.

Check out ‘Live Forever’ below.

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