Cherub is Nashville avant-garde electro-pop duo Jordan Kelley and Jason Huber, and they’re in the business of making funkadelic futuristic dance balladry. Kelley’s catchy pop songwriting and velvety slick falsetto hooks — complemented by vibrant keyboard textures, ’80s throwback dance beats and Huber’s electrified production style and tube-inspired guitar — provide the formula for a sexy massacre. After two releases, Man of the Hour and Mom and Dad, and tours in the U.S. and Mexico, Cherub plays an integral role in Nashville’s electronic music scene — they were even added to the Bonnaroo Cafe roster. The electro-funk soul brothers are the voice of a generation that’s young, alive and thriving in Nashville — the kind that screams, “Life is short! We are young! And we will live in the moment, even if that means engaging in free love and recreational drug use.” WARNING: Cherub’s high-energy performance will release your inner sex kitten, and probably some outer pit stains. Tank tops and hot pants recommended.