Charly Bliss have shared the video for ‘Hard to Believe’ ahead of the release of new album ‘Young Enough’ on 10 May (Lucky Number – pre-order here).
While the video is inspired by A Perfect Circle’s ‘Judith’, the song itself is an exuberant and spirited blast of power pop that is sure to raise your excitement for the full-length record. Anthemic from the very first note, it’s all about being addicted to a bad relationship (‘I’m kissing everything that moves. I’m kissing anything that takes me far away from you’) and how hard it is to get out.
It has an addictive Killers-style guitar riff at its heart and ends with Eva Hendricks reflecting upon how: ‘Tomorrow is coming, it’s always so ugly. Tomorrow is coming. I know you don’t love me’.
Catch Charly Bliss live on the following tour dates:
May 3 – Amsterdam, Netherlands – Cinetol
May 4 – Hamburg, Germany – Hafenklang
May 5 – Berlin, Germany – Cassiopeia
May 7 – Paris, France – La Boule Noire
May 9 – Manchester, UK – Night People
May 10 – Leeds, UK – Headrow House
May 11 – Brighton, UK – The Great Escape
May 13 – London, UK – The Garage (Upgraded)