Cherry White grew from the London’s dusty underground blues scene. Four individuals who had nothing else in common but music, and somehow gelled together in the sweat and smoke of the city’s basement clubs, Cherry White bring a fresh flavour to contemporary classic rock.
The frequent comparisons to Fleetwood Mac, Halestorm, and Royal Blood merely scratch the surface of the music, for this group weaves a far darker set of stories around its rich musical framework. Daring, blues-soaked rock provides an elegant backdrop to tales of anger, desolation, greed and obsession. A stark world seen through the eyes of powerful uplifting music.
On an upward trajectory since the release of their latest EP, “Staring at the Sun”, recently Cherry White played The 100 Club in London to celebrate their 200th gig, and have headlined White Trash in Berlin as well as The Troubadour, The Covent Garden Arts Theatre, The Hope and Anchor (all London) and The Portland Arms (Cambridge). They’ve also appeared at Planet Rock radio’s festival, Rockstock, The Dereham Blues Festival and Togfest among others. With new singles, live recordings and an album in the works, things are looking bright for Cherry White.