The Movie

Nasty Cherry - The Movie
Critic Score
Based on 5 reviews
User Score
Based on 44 ratings
April 2, 2021 / Release Date
EP / Format
Vroom Vroom / Atlantic / Label
Pop Rock, Synthpop / Genres
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Their new ‘The Movie EP’ shows a band continuing to evolve – not with wild, disparate swerves, but rather a developing voice of their own.


The Charli XCX-formed band prove more relatable than ever on their third, likeable short-length release, which might just contain the song of the year.

The Forty-Five

As with their previous EPs, ‘The Movie’ is succinct – barely grazing fifteen minutes – and contains no mind-blowing surprises.

I'm biased towards Nasty Cherry because I do like them a lot. This EP is quite nice, tbh their last music wasn't really doing it for me yet in 'The Movie' they starting to capture the right sense into the tracks. The synthpop is something they can do obviously, now they have to find the perfect balance in experimenting something new each time, hopeful to finally hear a debut album from them this year or later....
Basically The Aces, but without as much of an obvious personality. Still quite a breezy and fun listen, that shows Nasty Cherry's knack for catchy hooks and includes some iconic lyrics. It's obvious that their founder and mentor, Charli XCX, knew what she was doing when she put these people together, but they have yet to establish a distinct edge that separates them from the pack.
Favorites: Her Body, Lucky
Least Favorite: Six Six Six
It’s very simple yet cohesive and a pleasant listen that shows a lot of potential and room for improvement.

Standout tracks: Her Body, Lucky.
Six Six Six 7/10
What's The Deal 7/10
Her Body 7/10
All in My Head 7/10
Lucky 7.4/10
It’s simple but a borderline great EP that showcases how pop rock can move into the new decade. There’s a lot of influence from synthpop, especially on the final track "Lucky”. Another influences seems to be the early music of Katy Perry, which shows on "What’s The Deal", "All In My Head" and by far the most on "Her Body". "Six Six Six" was fun, even if it felt sort of separate from the other tracks. The EP would’ve ... read more
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Added on: March 31, 2021