Three-piece indie-pop band Peaness release their new EP Are You Sure? via Alcopop! Records on a ‘Mellow Yellow’ vinyl, strictly limited to 500, packaged with their debut EP No Fun and another bonus track on the B Side
Of the title track, an ode to none other than controversial MP for Tatton George Osbourne, the band are pretty clear as to where they found their influence for this song… Jess (lead vocalist) says “Un-inspired by ex-chancellor tory tyrant, George Osbourne and his crappy red briefcase, when at the time we thought things couldn’t get worse. How naive.”
BBC 6 Music, BBC Radio 1 and Radio X have all championed the band with growing support from national press including Clash, The Skinny Magazine, Upset and more – with a full page in Kerrang Magazine introducing the band popping up last week. Selling like proverbial hot cakes of DIY-goodness, pre-orders of their latest single ‘Same Place’/‘Seafoam’ on Oddbox Records sold out in just two days, with the repress selling out in a week, and the band have revealed a string of UK festival appearances for summer 2017 including 2000 Trees, TRUCK, Indietracks, Focus Wales and more.
Fortune Favours The Bold
I’m Not Your Problem
I Wish I Could Be Free