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Cherry Glazerr’s anticipated new album, I Don’t Want You Anymore, is out today. Co-produced the album with Yves Rothman (Yves Tumor, Blondshell, Amaarae), Clementine Creevy describes it as a “mature” album, moreso in reference to her personal growth than a reflection of the record, which in true Cherry Glazerr fashion is best described as extremely fun. Each track is a radical reimagination of what Cherry Glazerr is and can be. The New York Times describes it as an album that “wrestles with a clearly toxic relationship. As the songs go style-hopping — explosive grunge, chugging synth-pop, hints of funk and jazz — the obsession persists.”

Creevy says, “This is an album that you listen to when you need catharsis. It kind of takes you through all the phases of a romantic relationship and the turmoil that comes up when you get involved with someone. I wanted to paint a picture of crawling into a safe haven where you can just float, sometimes feeling stuck and at a loss, unsure of what you want and blossoming into a unique butterfly and soaring through a swamp at dusk despite everything.”

Creevy has also shared today the Sarah Ritter-directed video for “Bad Habit”  which opens with a spiraling vocal loop that Creevy began recording at home and it expands into a delirious downtempo dance track without ever invoking a guitar. “I can’t wait to play that one live. Whenever I’m free of a guitar and I can just sing… I love having those moments on tour,” she says.



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