Jordan Kelley and Jason Huber met at Nashville’s water park Nashville Shores whilst riding boogie boards in the wave pool. Kelley and Huber both attended Middle Tennessee State University and studied music tech and business. They were friends for five years before starting CHERUB. The duo uses Reason, Pro Tools, and Ableton software to produce their music.
In February 2014, their single “Doses & Mimosas” charted at number 43 on Billboard’s Rock Airplay chart and at number 23 on the Alternative Songs chart. “Doses & Mimosas” also topped The Hype Machine chart and has more than 5.4 million YouTube views. The duo’s debut album, Year of the Caprese, was released on May 27 on Columbia Records. They will also be going on tour in Fall of 2016 to debut their upcoming album, “Bleed Gold, Piss Excellence”.