CHERRY GLAZERR – ” Nurse Ratched “

Posted: November 1, 2016 in MUSIC
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Roxanne Benjamin has been busy in the horror world of late, having made her directorial debut with a segment of this year’s anthology film “Southbound” after serving as a producer on all three “V/H/S” movies. Now she’s back with a throwback music video for Cherry Glazerr “Nurse Ratched,” The title of the song is, of course, a reference to the domineering nurse from “One Flew Over the Cuckoo’s Nest,”

In it, a girl wearing a red hoodie hitchhikes her way into a ride and goes on to confirm all your worst fears about people on the side of the road with their thumbs up; this leads to one of the bloodiest sequences you’re ever likely to see in a music video, especially for such a low-key song. From there, she takes the car for herself — and picks up an unsuspecting hitchhiker of her own.

Last month, LA rock group Cherry Glazerr announced that they were signing to Secretly Canadian to release their new full-length, Apocalipstick, early next year, The song originally appeared as the B-side to their 2014 single Had Ten Dollaz,” but it’s been re-recorded for the new album. Cherry Glazerr announces their new album Apocalipstick. The band’s first album was recorded at Hollywood’s iconic Sunset Sound studio with acclaimed producers Joe Chicarrelli (The Strokes, My Morning Jacket, The White Stripes) and Carlos De La Garza (Bleached, M83, Paramore).

Cherry Glazerr – “Nurse Ratched” from ‘Apocalipstick’ out on January 20, 2017 on Secretly Canadian

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