The Peach Fuzz – Softie: Single Review

Liverpool’s The Peach fuzz have been creating a storm becoming the city’s premier pop outfit, now they’re ready to take over. New single ‘Softie’ is released on the 28th of February on revered local label Skeleton Key under the guardianship and production of The Coral’s James Skelly (Blossoms, The Sherlocks). Previous releases ‘The Outside looking in’ and ‘Pieces’ have showed the bands pedigree gaining plays on the likes of BBC Radio 1, Radio X and i’m sure ‘Softie’ will be no different.

The peach fuzz have the envious skill of creating songs that will get stuck in your head and this is no different. ‘Wear my heart on the outside’ proclaims lead singer Nathaniel and this is exactly what the band are doing. A slice of perfect pop that’s tackling the bullshit of toxic masculinity and taking it to town. Putting the sword to gender roles and societies ideas of what being a man is. There’s more than a sprinkling of Skelly’s production with Blossoms, The track flows over you effortlessly with radiant synths, chugging guitar and silky smooth vocals that caress the ears. Could soundtrack your favourites 80’s film and fit perfectly,

After becoming the must see band of 2019 , Catch them now to tell your friends you saw them in a small venue while you can.

The Peach Fuzz live dates

04 Leeds – Lending room

05 Manchester – Gullivers

06 Sheffield – Cafe Totem

07 Glasgow – The Attic

11 London – Victoria

12 Cardiff – The Moon

13 Bristol – Mothers Ruin

14 Birmingham – Muthers studio

28 Liverpool – Arts Club