Peachy Keen - Backseat Bingo
Peachy Keen's first EP, 'Backseat Bingo', was recorded at Cedric Samson's Tree House Studios in Hout Bay with Samson at the helm of production.
"The EP was inspired by mostly a combination of life experiences, various musical influences and our fans," say the group.
'Backseat Bingo' is a' 50s slang term for fooling around in the backseat of a car and the brainchild of Peachy Keen for the title of the EP. The term can also be associated with their rock-a-billy roots and their love of all things '50s. Peachy Keen believe that the EP is a truthful representation of what they are about, writing and performing good music and having fun.
"And most importantly, it is an acceptable way of saying something that is essentially dirty and we like that."
Peachy Keen have been touring their infectious rock-a-billy sound across South Africa for the better part of a year and throughout this time, song writing was an ongoing and enjoyable process for the band.
'Backseat Bingo' is a taste of things to come.
Release Date : 11 May 2012