Charly Bliss have released a new video for latest single, 'Chatroom'.
Another cut from their upcoming album, 'Young Enough', due out May 10th on Lucky Number records, it follows lead single 'Capacity' which was dropped last month.
Discussing the video and song, vocalist and guitarist Eva Hendricks said; "I was sexually assaulted by someone I dated and I wrote 'Chatroom', and most of Young Enough, as a way of processing that experience and explaining it to myself. 'Chatroom' is a song about reaching ecstatic joy through consuming rage. Simply put, it's a colossal 'fuck you' and a celebration of reaching the point of a 'fuck you' that isn't diluted by self-blame or apologies.
"I feel so lucky to have worked with Maegan Houang on this video. I felt an immediate sense of mutual trust, and she produced a treatment that directly addresses the themes of trauma, misogyny and mind control without resorting to a literal representation of the lyrics. It's tonally the darkest video we've ever made, and I think it anchors the intent of song which might otherwise be obscured by the fact that it's also our most direct foray into larger-than-life pop music."
Charly Bliss are set to play a handful of shows across Europe and the UK in May, including an upgraded show at London's The Garage.
Check out the video for 'Chatroom', and their full tour dates, below:
Charly Bliss tour dates:
03 Cinetol, Amsterdam
04 Hafenklang, Hamburg
05 Cassiopeia, Berlin
07 La Boule Noire, Paris
09 Night People, Manchester
10 Headrow House, Leeds
11 The Great Escape, Brighton
13 The Garage, London