Pop rockers Cherry Glazerr have announced a show in Denver for 2019. The Los-Angeles-based band heads to the Gothic Theatre on Friday, March 1 with special guest Palehound. You can find tickets on AXS by following this link.
Vocalist and guitarist Clementine Creevy formed what would become Cherry Glazerr as a solo project in 2013 when she was just 15. The band--named after NPR reporter Chery Glaser--released their debut album, Haxel Princess, in 2014. Cherry Glazerr released their sophomore album, Apocalipstick, in 2017 and introduced themselves to national audiences by touring with Foster the People and performing at a number of high-profile festivals including FYF Fest and Pitchfork Fest.
In 2018, Cherry Glazerr made their Coachella debut and opened for bands like Portugal. The Man and The Breeders. Creevy and company recently announced their third LP, Stuffed & Ready, set for an early 2019 release and shared the first single, “Daddi.” You can listen to it in the video above.
Don't miss your chance to catch Cherry Glazerr and Palehound when they come to Denver's Gothci Theatre on March 1.