LA Siren Cehryl with beautifully haunting 'wherever it may be' EP
L.A. siren Cehryl dropped R&B EP ‘wherever it may be’ and it’s a vibe. The atmospheric EP kicks off with ‘Side Effects’, a chill track with some Steve Lacey vibes and bass by Alex Szotak. Followed by a more melancholy joint 'Judgement Day' and nostalgic number 'Where We Marked Forever' with guitars by NASAYA (who also mastered the project). The EP wraps up with soulful 'Napalm' (guitars also by NASAYA), a great ending track for the project. Cehryl's voice floats over each track putting you in a trance that keeps you hooked throughout the album. We're excited to see what Cehryl drops next!
Our favorite track is "Side Effects", check out the rest of the project below!
cehryl - wherever it may be EP