Fronted by singer-songwriter Clementine Creevy, Los Angeles-based Indie rock band Cherry Glazerr have been garnering notice since releasing their debut album, Haxel Princess in 2014. Earlier this year Creevy revamped the Cherry Glazerr lineup and returned with a new album via indie label Secretly Canadian, the sophomore release, Apocalipstick. The album contains all of the lighthearted charm of their debut, but adds a bit more maturity and pulls influences from grunge and riot grrl with nods to Blondie, Bikini Kill, and Sleater-Kinney among others. Despite being more polished than their debut, Apocalipstick delivers a solid dose of heavy riffs with punk rock speed. Hitting the road behind the new album, Cherry Glazerr stopped at a sold-out Cat’s Cradle Back Room.
Cherry Glazerr hit the stage with a fierce energy that didn’t let up during the roughly one hour performance. The crowd was engaged from the start and toward the middle of the set the front of the room had become a swirling, sweaty, mass. The show was an intense, frenetic, and ultimately fun experience. The evening kicked off with sets from Ian Sweet and Lala Lala. Check out some photos below to see what you missed, or relive the badass vibes if you were there…The requested photo source cannot be loaded at this time. Service currently unavailable (Site Disabled)