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‘One Another’ & ‘Lost In The System’
Double A-side single released 29th August

With the continuous growth of the thriving London music scene, the Hackney bred group Black Cherry are set to release their double A-side single ‘One Another’ and ‘Lost In The System’ on their own label.

Since forming in 2007, after lead singer Megane Quashie was re-introduced to producer Gui Fraisse, Black Cherry have continuously been on the gig circuit playing slots at Glastonbury Festival, V-Festival and Great Escape Festival. Influenced by artists such as Depeche Mode, Prince and Donna Summer, Black Cherry’s music is a dance fusion of rock and electro; compromising stories of love, sadness, laughter, death and new journeys.

Re-emerging in 2010 after the passing of their guitarist and friend Rob Moore in 2009, Black Cherry went on to perform at Glastonbury and Rockness festivals as well as play the much coveted SXSW festival and several other American live dates, culminating with the band releasing their last EP ‘The Preface’ last June. Fast forward one year the duo have continued their assault on America, completing a playing 16-date U.S tour in March this year, and are now are due to release their follow up double-A side single One Another and Lost In The System.

New single ‘One Another’ sees the band brandish their brattish electro stomping sound. Packed with sass and attitude, ‘One Another’ is full of swagger and groove, providing a harder and more electronic edge to Black Cherry. Second track ‘Lost In The System’ showcases a softer and more chilled out approach, blending a softer and subtle psychedelic edge to their upfront indie dance sound.

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