Following on from their highly acclaimed first single “Hey Compadre” and hot on the heels on their second single “Suck it Up” which was premiered at a sold out launch party at the Lexington back in February, the grunge rock, indie trio comprising of sisters Edie and Gita Langley and third band member Gabi Woo, the girls have scored the proverbial hat-trick with- “Blame Me Too”.

Blame Me Too is a 90’s infused garage punk, pop anthem; its got it all from dark moody guitar rifts and angry, threatening undercurrents to swirling melodies and punchy, stadium worthy chorus lines. Its the sort of track that pulls no punches and gets straight to the point. Its ballsy and showcases a real statement of intent from the trio. That intent being that these girls mean business. After listening to this track, you’re going to want to be in the club for sure!

Cruel Hearts Club have said of the song:-

“Blame Me Too’ is a song of heartbreak .A crazy, complicated hot mess of jealousy and madness that all Cruel Hearts are capable of. Question is, what are you gonna do about it?”

The video to the track is somewhat special too, being entirely filmed whilst on lock down by the girls own partners in their homes and then edited and produced into the absolute perfect accompaniment to the song by Carl Barat and KillerB.

You can check out Blame Me Too and the video here.

Cruel Hearts Club are going from strength to strength. They’ve had massive support from music legends Iggy Pop and Sting when they’ve supported them on tour as well as supporting The Libertines in 2019. They’ve played at the Isle of Wight, Hit The North and Camden Rocks, headlined shows up and down the country as well as being featured and played by NME, BBC Radio 1, Radio X, This Feeling and many more.

Blame Me Too is available to download now.

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Review written by Sally Newman