POM POM SQUAD – ” Head Cheerleader “

Posted: May 16, 2021 in MUSIC
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Mia Berrin-led, Brooklyn-based indie-rock outfit Pom Pom Squad announced their debut album “Death of a Cheerleader”, coming June 25th on City Slang Records, and shared its latest single, “Head Cheerleader,” along with a self-co-directed video. The record is produced by Sarah Tudzin of Illuminati Hotties and co-produced by Berrin, while Tegan Quin of Tegan and Sara contributes vocals to “Head Cheerleader.”

In a statement, Berrin describes “Head Cheerleader” as “a celebration of the discomfort that comes with stepping into your new skin—your own power”—on the song itself, she lays claim to that power over cascading power chords and nimble low end, declaring, “I’m learning how to be someone I could put my faith in,” and tossing off clever, self-deprecating one-liners like, “My worst decisions are the ones I like the best” and “My feelings always make a fucking fool of me.” It’s only fitting that a song about Berrin coming into her own also finds her doing exactly that as a songwriter, rising to the occasion of Pom Pom Squad’s much-anticipated first full-length statement as a band.

‘Head Cheerleader’ is taken from Pom Pom Squad’s debut album ‘Death of a Cheerleader’ out June 25th.

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