Cruel Hearts Club – Blame Me Too
To say London’s diva-grunge pop-trio Cruel Hearts Club have had a big 2020 would be an understatement. They released their second single ‘Suck It Up,’ which was described by EARMILK as a “much needed confrontational female voice that cuts through the noise,” and also sold out their single launch show at The Lexington in London. Not to mention they were announced as the support band for Sting’s sold-out 7 date London Palladium residency in September. Now, without a doubt firing on all cylinders, they’re about to release a 90s-infused, garage-punk single, ‘Blame Me Too’ will be available to stream and download on the 22nd May 2020.
Sister’s Edie and Gita Langley continue their quest of sisterhood domination with drummer Gabi Woo as they present perhaps their most aggressive track to date. ‘Blame Me Too’ is a real statement of intent from a band that are causing a ruckus at the minute. Featuring fuzzy guitar work and arena-sized choruses, this one is overflowing with attitude and an inimitable swagger from the get-go. With full-on 90s nostalgia overflowing throughout, ‘Blame Me Too’ is a straight from the heart, to the heart girl-power rock record that pulls no punches. On creating the track, CHC added:
“Blame Me Too’ is a song of heartbreak. A crazy, complicated hot mess of jealousy and madness that all Cruel Hearts are capable of. Question is, what are you gonna do about it?”
It’s no secret that Cruel Hearts Club have received huge support from Iggy Pop and Sting, not to mention supporting The Libertines in 2019. They’ve played at Isle of Wight, Hit The North and Camden Rocks, headlined shows up and down the country and haven’t gone unnoticed along the way. In fact, NME, BBC Radio 1, Radio X, This Feeling and many more have shown support since releasing their first single ‘Hey Compadre.’
In these times of uncertainty, you can count on one thing being a definite – Cruel Hearts Club are recruiting new members and they want every single one of you to join them.
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