Graham Mack BBC Radio said of James and The Peach,
“The current crop of disposable, Britain’s-got-pop-factor-idols are Star Trek, ‘James and the Peach’ are NASA”
Witty lively and bursting with energy, James and the peach in true British fashion have been storming the London music scene with their own brand of natural infectious enthusiasm and relaxed confidence that has charmed the revellers, host and listeners of every show.
James and the Peach have supported Babyshambles, The Egg and Gilles Peterson. Written for groups such as Firefarm and Bodhi Drip, and have toured the United Kingdom, Europe and the United States.
Out Now, debut single, “Don’t Leave Me Now” through Cherrystone Records. The song tells a love-struck tale of all-consuming and unadulterated emotion through harmony that pulls on your heartstrings and a melody that will never leave your head. A series of tour dates across the nation will lead up to the “Don’t Leave Me Now” release party in one of London’s hottest new venues. The single is supported by a video that is sure to create a splash to make way for the band’s first full-length album, which is scheduled for a release in March. Be sure to keep a close eye on the James and The Peach Facebook, Twitter and website for an up-to-date tour schedule, access to secret shows, “Don’t Leave Me Now” can be purchased on iTunes, Amazon and Google Play. The song is also be available on the James and The Peach SoundCloud page, as well as Spotify and the James and The Peach YouTube channel.
As Graham Mack BBC Radio said of James and The Peach, “The current crop of disposable, Britain’s-got-pop-factor-idols are Star Trek, ‘James and the Peach’ are NASA”. With fans chanting chorus after chorus of the group’s memorable songs, the band is bound to break the popular music barriers of 2013. Look out for the “Don’t Leave Me Now” single release and catch James and The Peach at a venue near you!
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