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Nasty Cherry have unveiled a sizzling new track ‘Shoulda Known Better’

It’s the band’s first new music of 2020, with a new EP on the horizon this summer
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Published: 5:13 pm, April 26, 2020Words: Jamie Muir.
Nasty Cherry have unveiled a sizzling new track ‘Shoulda Known Better’

Back with a bang that only they could pull off, Nasty Cherry have returned with cracking new number ‘Shoulda Known Better’

The band’s first new music of 2020, it comes complete with an animated music video created and directed by Du Blonde, and is another cracking slice of immediate pop-rock swagger. Like, it’s already stuck in our heads and we can’t see a way out - and we’re well happy with that.

Speaking about the track, Nasty Cherry said: "‘Shoulda Known Better’ is a song about making dumb decisions despite knowing better. We wrote it in LA a couple of months ago, at a time we all felt we were falling for the same shit over and over. The vibe of ‘Shoulda Known Better’ is the angel and devil on your shoulder, simultaneously shout-singing at you, and you’re kind of enjoying it.”

‘Shoulda Known Better’ is the band’s first new music since the release of their debut EP ‘Season 1’, released last November coinciding with the release of their Netflix doc ‘I’m With The Band’. Their second EP is expected this summer, set for release through Charli XCX’s Vroom Vroom label.

Check out ‘Shoulda Known Better’ below:

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