In 2019, drummer Andy Sutor and guitarist Jean-Paul Jacyshyn (JP) started working on ideas for PEACH. Their shared love of 90’s and early 2000’s desert rock, punk and grunge helped shape up their ideas, citing influences such as Queens of the Stone Age, PJ Harvey and Eleven. Soon after recruiting Tim Cooke on baritone guitar, the initial song ideas started to take shape, but progress was inevitably stifled…

Due to the pandemic delaying progress, the lineup of PEACH finally reached completion in the summer of 2021. Local powerhouse, Ellie Godwin (No Violet), started collaborating on vocals, bringing along writing and vocal influences such as Joni Mitchell and Jeff Buckley. Taking their ideas to the rehearsal room, the band pulled together a hard hitting set of songs. After such a drawn-out inception, they thought it deserved to be recorded.

With a handful of successful singles under their belt, PEACH have been championed by the likes of BBC Radio 1’s Daniel P Carter, Noizze, James Scarlett (Arctangent and 2000Trees festivals) and BBC Radio Wales’ Adam Walton. They have been awarded support slots alongside bands such as Mclusky, LIFE, Chiyoda Ku, Crows, Skin Failure and CLT DRP as well as a slot in 2022’s Arctangent Festival.

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