New York City’s Charly Bliss have announced and released their new EP, Supermoon. Having recently ventured on their debut Australian run, including an appearance at Splendour in the Grass, the EP is a collection of songs written during the sessions critically acclaimed second LP, Young Enough. Matt Wilkinson debuted the title-track this morning on Beats 1.
The Supermoon EP includes the previously released single ‘Heaven,’ which Pitchfork awarded their coveted Best New Track distinction and called ‘expansive pop-rock that demands repeat listens.’
Of the EP, Charly Bliss’ Eva Hendricks said: “Making Young Enough was the most fulfilling creative experience I’ve had thus far. Not only because I’m proud of the songs that ended up on the record, but also because I’m proud of myself and my bandmates for putting in an obsessive amount of work into making sure the album would be the best it could be. We wrote too many songs and slowly whittled it down to the ones that told the most vivid and concise story. We’re so excited to release the Supermoon EP, a small collection of songs that helped us get there. We recorded them at the same time as the rest of the record, before we knew which songs would make it on. I think they fill in the cracks and enhance the narrative of Young Enough and show you how we got where we were going. Enjoy!!”