Why See Cherub?
Nashville Electro Pop Duo Cherub Hit The Road
Whilst Nashville is best known as the home of country music, electro-indie outfit Cherub are showing that there's even more to Music City than hoedowns, cowboy hats and the Grand Ole Opry. Formed in 2010, Jordan Kelley and Jason Huber forged a musical alliance through their love of uplifting, EDM-tinged music. Three albums and over 80 million Spotify streams later, the dance floor-filling duo are gearing up for the Free Form 2019 tour featuring opener Mosie on the 31 date trek!
Kelley and Huber's latest single 'So What' embodies their trademark feel-good song craft, fuelling rumours of a new album on the horizon. A heady slice of electro-pop goodness, the effervescent track is filled with the pair's trademark fizzing synth, bass-heavy beats and positive melodies, musical soul food for turbulent times. Part DJ partnership, part rock band, Cherub bring the good times and keep the party pumping during their cathartic live shows.
Performance date: 1 January 1970
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