Cherri Bomb pull serious faces in their "Too Many Faces" video.
Remember that one time you said "I wish there were a band that sounded like Garbage, Foo Fighters, and My Chemical Romance and was named for '70s all-girl band The Runaways," and then we introduced you to Cherri Bomb and you thanked us profusely for showing you the best up-and-coming all girl band ever? Well, get ready to be even more grateful, 'cause we're showing you Cherri Bomb's brand-new video for "Too Many Faces," the latest single from This Is The End of Control.
+ Watch Cherri Bomb's "Too Many Faces" video after the jump.
Directed by Lisa Mann, "Too Many Faces" takes the song's title rather literally -- in fact, the majority of the video captures all four band members (Julia Pierce on guitar/vocals, Nia Lovelis on drums, Miranda Miller on guitar and keys, and Rena Lovelis on bass) in gorgeous close-ups while colorful (and kinda disorienting) lights swirl to psychedelic effect. More clips include the ladies DOMINATING their instruments, hard-core hair flips, and some stellar IDGAF snarls and smizes. So basically, imagine every "I'm-so-paid" facial expression you've ever made in front of your mirror -- that's just what Cherri Bomb does on camera, except they actually do it front of a real camera in a real music video. How many of you can say that?
+ Watch Cherri Bomb's "T0o Many Faces."
Photo credit: Joseph Llanes