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Cherri Fosphate release ‘We Didn’t Come Here To Say Goodbye’!

November 23, 2015

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For fans of: The Walkmen, Bloc Party, The Maccabees, Jonathan Fire*Eater 
“…fiery, impassioned songwriting…” – Clash
Cherri Fosphate are thrilled to announce the release of their debut album We Didn’t Come Here To Say Goodbye, out now via Bloc+Music and available to buy on Bandcamp and iTunes.

The band have released four tracks from their album so far, picking up support from the likes of Clash, BBC Scotland‘s Vic Galloway, STV, Artrocker, Huffington Post and Amazing Radio‘s Jim Gellatly. You can listen to the playlist via the ABoF Soundcloud page

Official single Neighbour, which was directed by BAFTA nominated filmmaker Tim Courtney, and is an indie-rock tour de force from beginning to end, was the band’s most recent release.

Beginning their journey in 2012, the members joined forces with the aim of bringing the stripped back, no-frills rock and roll influences of New York’s music scene to Scotland. Comprising of Jonny Sharpe (vocals & guitar),Alan Robinson (lead guitar), Jordan Lannigan (bass) and Sonny Kainth (drums), amalgamated this sound with one closer to home with the likes of Bloc Party making their mark on the band’s style. As a result, Cherri Fosphate have constructed an exquisite, lo-fi fuzz-filled record melded with the more disciplined elements of math rock, creating something truly special.

Having supported Catfish and the Bottlemen, The Boxer Rebellion, Dry The River, The Crookes, Cavemanand Honeyblood in the past, as well as making festival appearances at Belladrum, Tartan Heart, GoNorthand Brew at the Bog they are ready to take those next steps towards breaking into the wider consciousness of UK music lovers.

Cherri Fosphate‘s debut album We Didn’t Come Here To Say Goodbye is out now via Bloc+Music and is available to buy on Bandcamp and iTunes.

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