Charly Bliss are back with their sophomore album Young Enough. Produced by Joe Chiccarelli (U2, Beck, Alanis, The Strokes, The Killers, My Morning Jacket, Cage The Elephant), the record finds the band exploring both the darker and poppier side of their sound while expanding on what made their debut Guppy such a critically acclaimed success. "We definitely go to different places on this one," says bassist Dan Shure. "But it still sounds like us. It's still fun." Noisey calls preview track "Hard To Believe" - a song about being addicted to a bad relationship, and the endless cycle of trying and failing to end one - "an anthemic, literal kiss-off that features one of the band's most explosive choruses of their catalogue."