Cherry Glazerr Tears It Up At KCRW’s Masquerade Ball Clemtine Creevy and Company Get Loud And Creepy At Los Angeles Theatre
LOS ANGELES, CA-
“… The L.A. based rock band Cherry Glazerr made some noise back in 2014 with their album Haxel Princess, a very solid garage punk effort. But since that album, the band underwent some changes and polished its sound for their third album Apocalipstick.
I really enjoyed Apocalipstick. Some critics have suggested that it could have been more, but I’m in line with those reviews that have focused on its positives calling it Cherry Glazerr’s “fiercest recording yet … [with] self-aware swagger” (Pitchfork). I think the band’s performance here highlighted those positives.
Clementine Creevy, the lone and founding member of the original incarnation of Cherry Glazerr, was dressed as an angel, but she performed like a possessed banshee. She emanated an IDGAF attitude on stage; confident and yet breezy. Her bandmates (Tabor Allen on drums and Devin O’Brien on bass) seemed to share Clementine’s aura and together they rocked the Los Angeles Theatre stage nice and rowdy, getting fans up in the front riled up. While no mosh pit materialized, you could sense that had the set been just a few songs longer, and people weren’t dressed in exquisite costumes, there would have been a nice little circle pit on the floor.
With a new album in the works, Stuffed & Ready, which is scheduled for release in early 2019, keep an eye out for more Cherry Glazerr gigs to be announced soon …”