Charly" is the debut single released by the British electronic act the Prodigy, taken from their debut album Experience. The version featured on the album is the significantly longer "Trip Into Drum & Bass" remix. It was released in the UK on 12 August 1991 through XL Recordings on vinyl, CD and cassette tape format.
Charly Bliss’ embrace of synth glitz does little to disguise Young Enough ’s heaviness. Hendricks scrutinizes her present through the lens of her past, reclaiming pain and prioritizing her own happiness. I’m fucking joy and I hemorrhage light, Hendricks shouts on Bleach, her voice tart like she’s sucking on a WarHead. The band recorded the breakneck Guppy twice, but on this album, which was made in considerably less time, they sound patient even when they’re chasing a gigantic chorus. Building off a simple guitar note, the record’s slow-burning title track is perhaps the band’s greatest accomplishment yet.
Also appears as "Charly" only. Charly Records is a label specializing in reissuing old music, most notably from the Sun Record Company and Vee Jay Records catalogs. It was founded by Jean-Luc Young in France in 1974, moved to England in 1975. Although a British (UK) company, during their history Charly Records established several associated companies for licensing and rights, including Charly Records International APS (based in Denmark) and Charly Holdings Inc. (registered in the USA).
Charly Bliss have announced their sophomore album, Young Enough. The follow-up to 2017’s much-loved Guppy is due out May 10th on Barsuk Records. The new record unapologetically embraces the first half of the pop punk designator the Brooklyn band earned on their debut. Frontwoman Eva Hendricks found inspiration in her excision of an abusive relationship to create songs meant to encourage listeners to feel strong.
Young Enough by Charly Bliss, released 10 May 2019 1. Blown To Bits 2. Capacity 3. Under You 4. Camera 5. Fighting In The Dark 6. Young Enough 7. Bleach 8. Chatroom 9. Hurt Me 10. Hard To Believe 11. The Truth. Perfect pop song that I want to put on repeat. This is a band clearly improving with age and it's so fun to hear it happen!
Eva Hendricks has bars. Two years ago, when Hendricks’ band Charly Bliss came out blasting with their debut album, Guppy, it was easy to miss some of those bars. They got lost in the frantic sugar rush of the band’s ragged, fired-up power pop. But when you got used to those hooks, these beautifully crafted lyrical gems were sitting there, waiting for you. I laughed when your dog died, it is cruel but it’s true. I always get dumped on my birthday. I can’t cum and I can’t lie, I can’t stop making myself cr. .
Charly Bliss have announced the release of their second full-length album Young Enough, due out May 10 on Barsuk Records. Capacity has all of the band’s signature power-pop sound, but this time it appears to be pointed more towards major-key synths than the punk fervor of their debut record Guppy.
Guppy, the debut album by Charly Bliss, is a nearly flawless exemplar of its kind, a record that captures a certain sound, mood, and energy with the passion and exuberance of a teen as-yet-uncrushed by life. Her nasal, almost cartoonish voice makes Guppy sound like a sugar rush.