Peggy Sue return with ‘Motorcade’ their first single in anticipation of their new album ‘Vices’.
The London based duo haven’t released an album since 2014. ‘Vices’ comes after a few years of rekindling with their original sound and method.
The ten tracks were formed in an organic, far-less prescribed world. Katy Young and Rosa Slade went back to the basics. They started writing in the comfort of their own living room and recorded it together in studios around London.
The ‘90s garage rock inspired single ‘Motorcade’ is about recognising the difference between what you need and what you want. It is a taste of the theme of the album, which they call “messed up love-songs...”
Talking about the album art which also visualises the recurring topic of darkness as well as light the duo said “We loved the ambiguity of it as something that could equally be a vice or a remedy."
After four years Peggy Sue have found themselves again. They are ready to start their new chapter ‘Vices’.
Check out 'Motorcade' below.
Words: Lauren deHollogne
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