With Blexxed Rec, The Peacers have gone full-spectrum psych-pop! Strumming each guitar and each bass drum, rebuilding pop as soon as once more in its personal fiendish mirror picture, Blexxed Rec is a blessed occasion for all yer rock and roll individuals.
The right gutter groover to carry up your subsequent hole-in-the-sock hop, “Ghost of A Motherfucker” is a down and dank ditty with sharply centered melodic tendencies, lit up by Bo Moore’s falsetto-feinting lead vox. Coolly surveying the state of yesterday’s well-respected man in the present day, with lips forming a gradual stream of scene smack, he pauses just for a queas-o guitar solo that the White Album may nonetheless time-travel to kill for. All in, “Ghost of a Motherfucker” sits, with Blexxed Rec atop the perfect west rock pile for the brand new century to date.
The vid, shot by Benjamin Maddox and edited by Fortunate Begin, paperwork the Furgary fishing village alongside the Hudson River in ol’ New York. As soon as a bustling shantytown relationship again to the late 1800s, the seventeen buildings have been cleared of residents practically a decade in the past, however stand nonetheless, on the middle of a debate about historic preservation. In the meantime, for higher and for worst, Furgary’s ghost of its former self is on full show.
Go knock on each door! Wake the world! The Peacers are at hand. Blexxed Rec is out March 26th.