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A lot has happened for Cherry Glazerr and its fearless frontwoman Clementine Creevy since forming out of Los Angeles's Westside High School in 2012. In the four years following the band has released its brilliant debut studio album Haxel Princess via beloved Cali imprint Burger Records, scored videos and parties for Hedi Slimane, and split from Burger to sign with the bigger Secretly Canadian, while Clem herself has dabbled in modelling and acting on Transparent. Today the band announced its second studio album, and its first since signing with Secretly Canadian. Apocalipstick is due out January 20, and according to a statement on Cherry Glazerr's website, is going to be a whole different beast. This is largely due to a post-Haxel Princess lineup shuffle that saw Hannah Uribe and Sean Redman replaced by drummer Tabor Allen and synth magician Sasami Ashworth. "My world was rocked," recalls Clem of the new trio's first jam session. "I'd never played with someone who was technically that good before. It made me think, 'Man I gotta really step my shit up!'" Apparently she's also figuring out how to incorporate Sasami's French horn skills into the new Cherry Glazerr sound. Giving a few more clues about what to expect from Apocalipstick, Clem promises all the humor, feminism, fire, and optimism that the title suggests. "Comedy in music is extremely important to me because humor is all we have as human beings," she says. "['Trash People' is] a fun song about how I have dirty fucking habits. It's about being road rats, nasty ass, dirty fuckers. That's how I like to live." Sasami adds that the track Instagratification is a tongue-in-cheek musing on selfie culture and the frequency of women being shamed for their posts: "Who the fuck cares? If you wanna post a photo of your pussy go for it! The ultimate white privilege is sweating the small shit, judging people for things that don't matter.