As a personality, cherry is awesome—witty and as naturally interested (in you, the world, whatever) as she is interesting. An early-evening interview over sodas at a Hamilton bar stretches to hours with ease. Subjects range from the wilting and recursion of pop culture to Steve Martin to, naturally, the piano. “It’s wanting to have a second chance at the piano,” she says of her new and, potentially, future work. The new record, barely 20 minutes long, closes on an instrumental piece of solo piano. Called “Coda,” it’s slow and sad, tinged just so with pop gravity, but is pretty and alluring almost in spite of that. There’s a trace of murk to the song, maybe just the sound of a room, that aligns it well with the voice described above.