Chester indie-pop trio, Peaness (as in the quality of a ‘pea’) have impressed at every juncture so far. Their debut EP No Fun, released in August last year, was a splendid introduction and they kicked off their 2016 in similarly sumptuous style, with single ‘I Wish I Could Be Free’.
The trio of Rach, Balla & Jess now follow that with brand new single ‘Oh George’. Out on April 15th, it is inspired by the recent UK government changes made by chancellor tory tyrant, George Osbourne, and touches on the frustration and heartache caused since the new policies began to bite. Political tones or not, it is a bright and buoyant indie-pop-powerhouse. The the trio deliver an immensely catchy, addictive and urgent, 3-minute-pop-song, awash with wonderful vocals, sweet harmonies and catchy riffs, all coated in a light fuzz. It seems from the outside at least, Peaness have no problem at all in knocking out top quality, catchy, 3-minute indie-pop gems. Long may this bountiful yield continue.
The new single is out on April 15th and available for your ears right now, below. Peaness are also releasing a 7″ AA single of “I’m Not Your Problem / Fortune Favours The Bold” via Vancouver indie label ‘King Fisherbluez’, which is due out later this year.
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