CHARLY BLISS Drops Video for 'Love Me' on Refinery29
Brooklyn based bubble-grunge four piece Charly Bliss combine earworm melodies with distortion caked guitars, toeing the line between super-grime and saccharine sweet. Their live show is characterized by "an enthusiasm that is hard to comprehend" (The Deli).
That same undeniable fun is on full view with their upcoming release Soft Serve: three singles recorded with Philadelphia based producer, Kyle "Slick" Johnson (Modest Mouse, The Hives) each to be accompanied by its own music video and comic book.
Check out the video here!
This trio of videos follow the classic David vs. Goliath high school love story, if the classic story involves a chicken wing eating contest, half-naked referees, and Botticelli's The Birth of Venus. Quote about making of video Check out the first of the series, "Love Me," which Refinery29 stated, "you can trust the excitement we're bubbling over with in sharing a new video for 'Love Me'.
"Charly Bliss has managed to do the unthinkable: take Karen O's gritty glitter and make it edgier." - Refinery29
"Charly Bliss, take the raggedy but radiant vocals of Eva Grace Hendricks and combine them with the band's inherent knack for tense power rock." - Deli Magazine
"Gripping hooks of pop with razor sharp guitar focused edge." - The 405
In true punk rock fashion, Charly Bliss' upcoming west coast tour kicks off with a house party. Check out their critically acclaimed live show in your city!
May 23, House Show in Seattle, WA
May 24, Olympia, WA at The Northern
May 25, Portland, OR at Habesha Lounge
May 28, San Francisco, CA at DNA Lounge
May 29, Santa Cruz, CA at Bocci's Cellar
May 30, House Show at UCSB
June 1, Los Angeles, CA at Pehrspace
June 2, Los Angeles, CA at Ham and Eggs Tavern