Otherworldly and dreamlike are the best words to describe Cherry Head, Cherry Heart’s new single, ‘Asteroids’.
Teessiders Naomi Lowe and Andy Johnson make up the duo that has created their own unique style of dreamy-alternative pop.
The song explores themes of growing apart from someone and struggling to communicate truthfully with someone you were once close to, all created through witty, outer space metaphors.
The two-piece’s music has previously been described as “maddeningly infectious pop” and the chorus of ‘Asteroids’ is the perfect example of that.
To accompany the single, Cherry Head, Cherry Heart has released a music video complete with NASA jumpsuits and plenty of celestial vibes – it’s definitely worth checking out.
The single comes before the release of their third album which is due to touchdown this autumn.
‘Asteroids’ by Cherry Head, Cherry Heart is available to stream and download now. The video is also available to view on YouTube.