Cherry announce debut EP ‘Safe In Your Stare’, share heartfelt single ‘Alice’

The band will also hold their first-ever headline show in October

Indie newcomers Cherry have revealed their debut EP ‘Safe In Your Stare’ is arriving next month, slated for a September 24 release.

The Melbourne supergroup – comprised of members of punk staples Thornhill, Void Of Vision, Tapestry and The Beautiful Monument – shared the news alongside a mellow new single, titled ‘Alice’.

“The idea of the song is based around Alice from Alice in Wonderland and encapsulates the essence of love from a distance,” lead singer Jacob Charlton said in a statement.

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“Long distance relationships are something I could never get my head around so I wanted to venture into this feeling of longing through the phone and first embrace through a character that feels very summer-esque and dreamy, to tie in with the feel of the song’s instrumentation.”

‘Alice’ comes with a music video written by Charlton and directed and filmed by Cian Marangos, a long-time collaborator of many of Cherry’s members. Take a look below.

Cherry have also shared news of their debut live show, a headlining gig at Brunswick’s Stay Gold on October 16, supported by Taylah Carroll & Damaged Goods Club. Tickets are available now here.

Back in June, Cherry released ‘Call Me By My Name‘, a powerful pop-rock song that acted as a spiritual sequel to the band’s debut single ‘Girls Club’.

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Thornhill were recently announced on the 2022 UNIFY Gathering lineup, alongside Violent Soho, The Amity Affliction, WAAX, Short Stack and more. Head here for the full rundown.

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