Charli XCX to Launch New Netflix Series, 'I'm With the Band: Nasty Cherry'

Documenting the formation of the all-female alt band.

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Charli XCX has had a busy year so far and shows no plan of stopping. After launching a global tour with Tommy Genesis after the release of her highly-anticipated Charli album, the singer-songwriter has just announced a new Netflix series, I’m With the Band: Nasty Cherry.

The six part series documents the formation and beginnings of Nasty Cherry, an all-female alt-pop band Charli XCX formed and signed to her label Vroom Vroom. Charli XCX calls the band “unashamedly real” and “badass” in a trailer which released today, which stars XCX along with the four musicians who make up Nasty Cherry: Gabbriette Bechtel, Chloe Chaidez, Georgia Somary and Debbie Knox-Hewson. “It documents the reality of being a woman in music, the reality of starting your own band, the reality of the UNGLAMNESS, the hangovers, the emotional highs and lows, the breakdowns, the moment you write the best song in the world and so much more,” Charli XCX wrote on Instagram.

Charli XCX is performing a sold-out show at Terminal 5 in New York City tonight. Watch the trailer for I’m With the Band: Nasty Cherry above and expect the docuseries to arrive on Netflix November 15.

In related news, check out everything coming and going on Netflix in November 2019.

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? ON ? TOP ? OF ? THE ? WORLD ? RIGHT ? NOW ? sold out show in New York last night was out of control amazing!!!! ? Thank you angels for partying with me and thank you for selling out night 2 tonight!!!!! ? Also thank you so much to @troyesivan and @brookecandy for coming and guesting w me!!!! ?‍?‍?PLUS I can’t believe I finally announced my show with @Netflix – I’m With The Band: Nasty Cherry. ?? It’s a 6 part docu-series which I executive produced alongside my best friend @emmieshouse ? and co star in alongside @nastycherryband. ?The show documents the beginnings of this incredible band in a time in music where literally no one knows what the fuckkkk is going on ??‍♀️??‍♀️ It documents the reality of being a woman in music, the reality of starting your own band, the reality of the UNGLAMNESS (haha), the hangovers, the emotional highs and lows, the breakdowns, the moment you write the best song in the world and so much more ??? I’m so proud of everyone involved and I can’t wait for you to see it on nov 15th when it comes out!!!! ? but anyway TONIGHT let’s party! Second sold out show at NYC and then an afterparty rager with the cherries at the dance! ? Let’s goooooo! ?????

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