Charly Bliss Shares New Song “Hard To Believe”
- Brooklyn-base a four-piece pop band Charly Bliss has shared new song “Hard To Believe” from their upcoming sophomore studio album “Young Enough”, which is set to be released on May 10, 2019.
The song follows up early two singles “Capacity” and “Chatroom”, which came out in March and April, respectively.
Frontwoman Eva Hendricks said of the song, “'Hard to Believe. is a song about being addicted to a bad relationship, and the endless cycle of trying and failing to end one. Sam wrote the guitar riff very early on in the writing process of Young Enough and we’ve always been obsessed with playing it because it’s so insanely catchy.”
- The song is accompanied by the music video, directed by Henry Kaplan. She explained, “We shot the video on 35mm film over two days with our close friend Henry Kaplan 24 hours after returning from SXSW. Henry did a spectacular job of incorporating each of our personalities into this video, as well as providing a slightly fantastical, but ultimately realistic portrayal of a typical band practice. While we're running songs, each band-member usually has their own inner-monologue running of either things they're distracted by, or things they'd rather be doing. This video feels extremely "us" and I don't think we could have made it with anyone else.”
The new album comprises of 11-track and is available to pre-order here.
- source : Stereogum