Phily five-piece Vintage Kicks released the song “Cherry” this week on a split alongside the New Jersey indie rock group SCOOBA. “Cherry” is a contagious pop/punk song with a surf inspired intro and a 90’s modern rock hook. Vintage Kicks, who played with the Philadelphia rock band Close To Good at Kung Fu Necktie on November 29th, have crafted a tone that combines virtually everything catchy from 60’s garage rock and 2000’s indie such as Clap Your Hands Say Yeah!, The Libertines and Wavves. In true split fashion, Copycats features one new song from each of the two bands as well as a rerecorded interpretation of one of the other bands songs. The album was released by The Bloomsbury Coalition, a collection of musicians and artists from the Delaware Valley. This album is the first split from the collective, who have previously released a series of five compilations from bands in Delaware Valley area, including Stalin & Friends, Dot Square and 3 J’s in the A.M. The split is available for “name your price” and can be found on their bandcamp; listen to “Cherry” below.