Gig review

“Soft country blues, like the glowing embers of a log fire to the crackling spit of flame as the songs take on a hotter pace.” A rather nice review of our show in Droitwich Spa the other week here: You can see us next at the Kettering Arts Centre as part of a blues [...]

We’re back!

Sincerest Peachy apologies for the radio silence, we’ve still been beavering away with our down home stomps and home baked biscuits. So, we’ve a few shows coming up this month! Here’s a list: 9th October – Gardeners Arms, Droitwich Spa 12th October – The Green Cafe, Birmingham, 3pm 25th October – Kettering Arts Centre 30th [...]

Upcoming gigs

Howdy, head on over to the live dates page to see our upcoming live dates. More being booked in around June, potential European jaunt in July. This weekend we’re back at the Blue Anchor in Brixham as part of their blues fest. If it’s even 5% as fun as it was last time, we’re in [...]


Another exciting few weeks have rolled past. We’ve had our first album review (apart from the one our moms gave us) and it’s ace, here it is: We supported John Smith, as expected we were completely blown away by his guitar, voice and ability to craft a tune. We were on the same bill as [...]

New video and more!

What an exciting month we’ve had. Tired us out so much we slept right through Christmas, Rich has been busy ordering his coloured pencils in the order of the rainbow (red orange yellow green blue indigo violet – using the rhyme ‘Richard of York gave battle in vain’), and Amit had a brief spell in [...]

Johnny Kowalski and the Sexy Weirdos release their album! (with Mellow Peaches support)

We’re super stoked to be opening for Johnny Kowalski and the Sexy Weirdos this Saturday evening at the Moseley Arms. We first came across this wonderful outfit sometime last year, and they made us dance like crazy bastards. It’s a mix of Balkanic gypsy stylings, punk, funeral marches and supercharged brass fuelled workouts. Turns out they’re [...]

Mama Rosin and Folk For Free

Birmingham’s getting some peachy action mid October. On the 16th we’re at the Hare and Hounds supporting Mama Rosin – we’re fans, and here’s why: following this on the 18th October, we’ll be at the Symphony Hall cafe bar as part of the Folk For Free series. It starts at 5:30pm, so if you’ve [...]

All geared up to go down with this ship

We’re extremely excited to announce the imminent release of our debut album, ‘I’ll Go Down With This Ship’. We’ve been working pretty hard over the last couple of years putting together the tunes that’ll make up this release, shaping songs, changing songs, and finding new songs within songs – all culminating in a week back [...]