London duo Cherryade have debuted quirky track ‘Houdini’ following release of critically acclaimed ‘Fractured Fairytales’ and ‘The Crown’. Capturing the attention of BBC Radio 1, Spotify’s New Music Friday and Apple Music it’s obvious the synth pop duo are finding their feet in the industry.
Written by the duo and produced by Lewis Gardiner they said: “Houdini was written about our experiences with religion and going to a religious school. The priest was later convicted for being a pedophile, the music teacher was apparently fired for cheating on his wife with a male student, and all the time we were the one’s being judged and told what was right and wrong. When you’re young and naive the last thing you need is more people telling you who you should be, and once you’re caught in that web it’s not an easy thing to get out of”.
The upbeat track contrasts with the hard hitting message, proving just how unique Cherryade are. What more do the London duo have up their sleeve?
Listen to the track here: