L.A. Peach has shared his lilting, soothing new single 'I Can Remember Where You Are' - tune in now.
The rising songwriter has a uniquely vivid but also strikingly surreal sound, a kind of psych-laden slow-burning approach that lingers heavy on word play.
With a flurry of singles helping to establish his reputation, Welsh-born father of two John James Davies - the powering force behind the project - is ready to make his next move.
A series of support slots are planned, with new single 'I Can Remember Where You Are' landing in a few moments via Sad Club Records.
It's a lilting, harmony-laden indie jammer, with its slow-burning approach set against the dexterous word play of L.A. Peach.
He explains: “It took me a while to figure out what I’d written after I’d written it, but now I know, it’s a song about love – a person loves another person so much that he kidnaps her and steals her skin. The scariest part is, I remember staring int o my partner’s eyes as we sat on the bed whilst I wrote it”.
Tune in now.
Photo Credit: Neelam Khan Vela
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