Black Peaches - Fire In The Hole (Dinked Edition)

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 LP - Dinked Edition 13

• Teal Vinyl
• Numbered
• Signed Art Print  11” x 11”
• Bonus 7” two exclusive tracks to DINKED> never to be repressed.
• Card with Download Codes

Release date: 17th May 2019

Black Peaches follow up their acclaimed 2016 debut with a dazzling display of musicianship on their explosive new album Fire In The Hole  released worldwide on May 17th, 2019

“Black Peaches existed inside me before I was aware of it,” says the band’s Rob Smoughton, also known as a member of Hot Chip and Scritti Politti. “It’s the culmination and continuation of the music I love. I started to notice how Brazilian rhythm, funk, soul, classic country and pop were all combining in the music I was writing, and I looked for other band members to join me to bring it alive.”

'Fire In the Hole' is the long-awaited follow up to their critically acclaimed 2016 debut 'Get Down You Dirty Rascals'. It is a dazzling a display of musicianship, just as accomplished, if not more so, than its predecessor.

Black Peaches come from a musical point halfway between the swamp and the tropics - a psychotropic stew of country boogie, spiritual jazz and funk. With fuzz-toned slide guitars, Latin percussion and shimmering keyboards – Black Peaches sound is a cinematic experience, the soundtrack to a bar fight at the country disco or an incantation of the black arts.

Reviews for debut 'Get Down You Dirty Rascals' (2016): 

An irresistible creation, a swamp-mulched country boogie, its slide guitar and pedal steel giving way to something funkier and more shamanic, a rising Brazilian percussion with shades of Dr John, Can and Little Feat.
★★★★ Q Magazine

A dizzyingly colourful debut that swings confidently between the jazz-inflected jams of Traffic, the Latin-influenced folk-rock of Stephen Stills' Manassas, the country-psych of Beachwood Sparks - an irresistibly expansive triumph. ★★★★ Rolling Stone

Serving up funky Southern rock with lashings of Latin percussion. It's impeccably performedan album of very British Americana. Uncut the whole thing is carried off with such expertise and affection that the end results reinforce the source material.
★★★★ Record Collector