Cherry Glazerr, fast-rising rock trio, a darker kind of cute

November 20, 2014 2:05 PM

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There's a common shortcut teenagers can take to adulthood, and it often involves taking in some grown-up experiences or, particularly if you're a rising pop star, taking off your clothes. There are no such aims in the work of Cherry Glazerr, a fast-rising rock trio fronted by two 17-year-old students from L.A.'s posh Westside high school Wildwood.

The 10 songs on the band's debut album, "Haxel Princess," are concocted from a mix of attitude, silliness and garage-born guitar haze, and Clementine Creevy's raw, often witty point of view comes through fast. One track mourns the loss of a family pet with anger and confusion; another struggles to m...

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