Relaying the sounds of the 60s with a Mancunian twist. 5-piece garage-rockers The Big
Peach release a new jangle rock single “Sad” December 3rd via Sour Grapes Records.

Flexing their studio muscle as of late with the singles ‘Run and Hide,’ ‘Down So Long,’ ‘All
You Gotta Do Is Ask,’ not to mention a full ten-track album in 2018, this is another real
statement of intent from the Manchester group, who are firmly cementing their place as one of the hardest working, go-to bands since their formation in 2017.
Delving deep into vintage pop-rock, with a hint of garage and psychedelia, The Big Peach’s
inimitable tones are turning the heads and pricking up the ears of some of the biggest names in the business.

Ending their year with a bang, ‘Sad’ is a real-talk foot-tapping single that encompasses
everything the band represents – straight from the heart rock and roll that’s undeniably
infectious and downright addictive. It features classic vocal hooks, swinging drums, rhythmic piano stabs and intricate guitar work that adds layers upon layers of texture.

Northern Revive find out more the sweet 60s sounds of The Big Peach.

Northern Revive: How did you all meet?
Big Peach: Harry and George are brothers, Henry and Harry have been friends since high school , Sean we met in our local pub in Wilmslow and Fred was separated from us all at birth , we only found him last year!
NR: Best gig you’ve ever played and why? 
NR: Our last show on the 14th March 2020 , it was a sell out headline show at Gulliver’s for DHP and since that show we’ve had a lot of people say it was their last night out since lockdown began , so it could go down in history we will have to see .
NR: What other talents do you have? 
NR: Sean is an amazing gardener and scientist
Harry writes historical novels
George is a talented chef
Fred is a Victorian poet
Henry grows fantastic facial hair
NR: If you could change anything about the industry what would it be? 
BP: That it was easier to make a living from music , wish platforms like Spotify paying $0.006 a stream it is hard to gain any financial benefits from music online.
NR: If you could collaborate with anyone who would it be ? 
BP: Phil Spector , even though he’s dead? Or in prison who knows but I’d love to have his production on a big peach track . One of our last singles ‘run and hide’ would fit him massively. Check it out on Spotify and you’ll know what I mean.
NR: If you could open for any other band who would it be?
BP: The Rolling Stones as there still alive and you’d be playing to thousands of people.  We feel our music would go alongside nicely as an opening act for them
NR: What other bands do we need to be checking out right now?
BP: Holiday Ghosts , The Be Positives, Goa Express, Farfisa, Garden Back.
NR: What’s in store for you when it’s all over? 
BP: We’re unsure when we will play again due to restrictions so we will have to see with that . Our only plan is to hopefully be able to record together so recording an album or two until we can play live again
NR: Where can we find out more?
BP: We are on all social media platforms and whilst everyone is bored in lockdown it’s a great chance to discover new music . If you haven’t heard of us before we have an album out on Spotify alongside 3 singles so plenty to listen too.  We also have t shirts and tapes for sale on our Bandcamp profile.
NR: Talk us through the new video?
Being in lockdown and not living with each other we haven’t had any chance to play or record in close proximity so we came up with the idea of doing an isolation video of a new song called Jaywalking. The song will be recorded properly when lockdown is over (this version is only done on phones) and with that in mind I think it sounds pretty good!