Charles Street Clique's debut single is titled 'Good For Me'.
The debut release from Sydney alternative hip hop group Charles Street Clique, single ‘Good For Me’ explores a tragic love story between 'a good girl, a bad boy, and a life of crime that consumes them both'.
The song, which is the first to be released from their upcoming EP ‘Court Dates And Booths’, was inspired by the real-life romance of the band’s rapper, Alex G.
"The lyrics for the song drew from that experience and Jack (the band’s acoustic guitarist) was able to capture the darkness of this doomed love story perfectly and created an ominous riff that, along with Sarah Jennifer’s beautiful voice, created an incredibly powerful song."
Accompanying the single, Charles Street Clique have created a video that resembles a short crime film featuring Instagram model Brittany Baylis.
scenestr is amped to be able to premiere the clip today.
‘Court Dates And Booths’ is a six-track EP that deals with tragic love stories, courtroom dramas, and criminal tales, even Tinder.