The only comparison I can think of when I think about the path Cherry Glazerr have traveled is that of Nirvana. Both Nirvana and Cherry Glazerr started as dirty, grungy garage bands; lo fi, all over the place with their instruments and vocals. Now, Cherry Glazerr are where Nirvana ended (minus all the bad stuff), having refined that sound into more organized chaos. With “Juicy Socks,” Cherry Glazerr contain that scrappiness in a well produced and musically fine-tuned package. A soft intro breaks into an explosive chorus that tests the range of lead singer Clementine Cleevy and she passes easily. Its rare to see bands mature this much in such a short period of time and it is incredible to see how far Cherry Glazerr have come in five years with “Juicy Socks.”