We have a free track for you to download – Tight Squeeze. Read the rest of this entry »
Those who were wondering which festivals we are going to be playing can wonder no more….
We’ve got a few to announce this year – so watch this space for new dates being added all the time.
And very excited we are to add Wilderness Festival as first announcement of the year. Taking place in a beautiful setting of Charlbury in the Cotswolds, we’ll be closing the Barn stage on the Sunday night. Expect all sorts of boogaloo, funk and musical fudge for your dancing selves.
Sunday 6th August. xxx
We’re playing in Bristol in just under a month!
Hy Brasil Music Club (formerly Start The Bus) will be hosting us in their shiny new venue. Anyone who has previously bought tickets, these will still be valid.
Anyone who hasn’t get yours here before it’s too late!
HY Brasil – Black Peaches – Friday 2nd December
Hy Brasil Music Club will be reopening on November 10th.
Hello to you all!
Now that the storm has passed (literally, in this case…) I wanted to write a post to say how sorry we were that we couldn’t play our set at Festival No. 6 on Saturday.
We’d been gearing up to it for months and had hoped to cap off a fantastic festival season with all you lovely people in such an amazing location. However – it seemed that Neptune and Poseidon had other plans. The winds and rain had already closed off much of the Woods area, shifted 40ft high towers of scaffolding at the main stage and strewn many a tent into nearby fences and ditches. Grrr!
So with safety a priority, and rightly so, we found out that our stage had to be closed while trying to get our equipment down to the Estuary.
So we send love and apology to all who braved the weather with the hope of a soggy boogie and a blustery funk, we were all really disappointed that we couldn’t play for you.
Plus, a big thank you to all artist liaison staff and wardens that did their best to get as much of us and as much of our equipment as close to the stage as possible… your hard work doesn’t go unnoticed.
We’ll next be out on tour in December (in rooms with walls, and ceilings and floors no less!) so please come join us for those!
Thursday 1st December – Sticky Mikes, Brighton
Friday 2nd December – Start The Bus, Bristol
Saturday 3rd December – Soup Kitchen, Manchester
Sunday 4th December – Mono, Glasgow
Thursday 8th December – Kamio, London
We’re very pleased to announce that we’ll be supported by Olivier Heim at our Moth Club show on Thursday 19th May in London.
Olivier is a Dutch songwriter and formerly recorded under the name Anthony Chorale and as a member of Très.b – have a listen to his music and watch videos here – Olivier Heim
Also we’ll be joined by Selfie Boy, the new project from Raf Rundell, DJ and one half of 2 Bears with Hot Chip’s Joe Goddard. Selfie Boy will be playing records and giving us a glimpse of his forthcoming record with a short acoustic set – make sure to arrive early or miss this at your peril!
Tickets can be purchased here – Rock Feedback
We’ll be playing at The Great Escape Festival down in sunny Brighton in just under a month’s time. It’s part of the 1965 Records showcase, along with Man & The Echo, Lusts and Coves.
There’ll be records a-playing from Raf Rundell (AKA Selfie Boy) and everything kicks off around midday. It’s all held at Horatio’s Bar on the end of the peer. Check the picture for full details.
We’re very excited to announced that we have a new single – “Suivez-Moi”. And even more excited to add that the video for it is currently being premiered on Read the rest of this entry »
Following on from our album launch party last week, we have teamed up again with Rockfeedback for another show, this time at The Moth Club in Hackney.
Tickets are available now from the following links:
Full details and support acts will be announced very soon. Get tickets while you can! xxx
We’ve been invited to play at Rough Trade East in London, this coming Tuesday (8th March). It’s part of the 40th Anniversary of the Rough Trade Shop.
The whole event will be hosted by Thurston Moore and features an ‘In Conversation’ with The Raincoats, and author/poet Lavinia Greenlaw.
There will also be DJ sets from Jeff Barrett (Heavenly Records) and Simon Raymonde (Bella Union), plus 1965’s very own James Endeacott.
It’s all to coincide with a new journal – A celebration of 40 years of an iconic music company’s existence, told through the stories of over 100 contributors from the world of music, literature, art and film featuring exclusive content from Brian Eno, Viv Albertine, Josh T Pearson, Jarvis Cocker, Mark Ronson, Bill Drummond, John Grant, Kate Tempest,The Raincoats, David Shrigley, Green Gartside and many more. With jacket illustration from London based art collective Le Gun and a foreword from Thurston Moore, whose Ecstatic Peace Library imprint are co-publishers.
Black Peaches will be playing live around 9pm x
We’re very excited to announce our album launch which will be help on Thursday 17th March at The Shacklewell Arms.
Black Peaches will be playing live, plus we’ll be joined by Alexis Taylor from Hot Chip who will be playing records.
We’re excited to be supporting The Cat Empire on tour at the end of March in the UK.
Here are the dates: