L.A. indierock outfit Cherry Glazerr progressed from a vehicle for teenage songwriter Clementine Creevy’s bedroom pop into a fully formed rock band enamored with the loud-soft song structures of ’90s grunge and dark lyrics that swung between confrontation and self-inspection. After releasing early recordings on Burger Records, the band grew to worldwide acclaim, eventually signing to indie superpower Secretly Canadian with 2017’s Apocalipstick.