“Cherish” by She’s In Parties
Essex, UK band She’s In Parties have shared their third single “Cherish,” the track is now available via Something. The track follows their previous release “I Follow You”.
Speaking about ‘Cherish’, frontperson Katie Dillon explains “at the time ‘Cherish’ was written I was going through some weird times in my relationship, I was never good at communicating my feelings and so things would just build up, at the same time though, neither was he. We were young going into it, not that it was a bad thing, but we were growing up together and learning so much about ourselves and each other. What I write in this song mainly suggests to myself, at the time, to cherish the love that we have for each other because ultimately there was too much love and memories and history there to just let it all go. I hope people will feel uplifted when listening to this song. Cherish the love always because someday that person might go away.
She’s In Parties is led by 20-year-old Irish-born frontperson Katie Dillon (vocals/guitar), alongside her friends Herbie Wiseman (guitar), Matt Carman (drums), and Charlie Johnson (bass). Revealed first by their name, which is taken from the title of a Bauhaus song, the band are connected via their shared love of 80s and 90s shoegaze and alternative scenes. Where luminaries like the Cocteau Twins, Slowdive, and the Cranberries are obvious touchpoints – Katie also cites Wolf Alice, Paramore and Hayley Williams’ newer solo releases as her contemporary songwriting heroes. Dublin-born, Katie emigrated to Essex in her early teens, yet the 20-year-old maintains a clear affinity with Ireland’s new music scene, admiring bands like NewDad and Just Mustard.
She’s In Parties have played festival shows at Live at Leeds and Tenement Trail, as well as playing support tours with The Lathums and Oscar Lang. The band have also been announced to play at The Great Escape First Fifty showcase on the 15th of November at London’s Moth Club.
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