Rockstar Frame Posts “Cherry Boobs” Music Video

“Cherry Boobs,” the new video from hard rock/metal band Rockstar Frame, has come online and can be seen below. The clip was filmed in Italy at the Rock ‘N’ Roll Club in Milan by Elena Mazzei.

This is the second single from Rcokstar Frame’s debut album “Rock ‘N’ Roll Mafia,” which is now available worldwide via Musicarchy Media.

“It all started as a joke during rehearsals,” states Faith Blurry (vocals), |I was looking at my boobs and complaining…you know…I wish they were bigger! That’s what guys like right?! And then I said: ‘Shit they really look like two cherries! I got cherry boobs!’ And that’s how I got the idea for the title. But then I realized that society is really hard on people. I mean: we have to look like this, we have to look like that, all of these models and actresses, while most of the time that is just an image. In the end being pretty or handsome is just a matter of attitude and how you feel in your own skin. We all have self esteem issues and we shouldn’t ‘cause we’re all special. That’s the message behind the song and the video. We can all be attractive if we believe in ourselves, despite sizes, height, etc.”

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Rockstar Frame Posts “Cherry Boobs” Music Video

“Cherry Boobs,” the new video from hard rock/metal band Rockstar Frame, has come online and can be seen below. The clip was filmed in Italy at the Rock ‘N’ Roll Club in Milan by Elena Mazzei.

This is the second single from Rcokstar Frame’s debut album “Rock ‘N’ Roll Mafia,” which is now available worldwide via Musicarchy Media.

“It all started as a joke during rehearsals,” states Faith Blurry (vocals), |I was looking at my boobs and complaining…you know…I wish they were bigger! That’s what guys like right?! And then I said: ‘Shit they really look like two cherries! I got cherry boobs!’ And that’s how I got the idea for the title. But then I realized that society is really hard on people. I mean: we have to look like this, we have to look like that, all of these models and actresses, while most of the time that is just an image. In the end being pretty or handsome is just a matter of attitude and how you feel in your own skin. We all have self esteem issues and we shouldn’t ‘cause we’re all special. That’s the message behind the song and the video. We can all be attractive if we believe in ourselves, despite sizes, height, etc.”

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