Peaness

Three piece indie-pop band Peaness formed in Chester, England in late 2014. Their debut EP No Fun was self released on cassette tape in 2015 and began their flourishing ascend. The trio have gigged extensively since then, winning the hearts of unsuspecting listeners across the length and breadth of the DIY scene, right through to BBC Radio 1’s Huw Stephens.

With multiple features and plays on local BBC Radio Wales and Merseyside, the Huw Stephens show on BBC Radio 1, the Radcliffe and Maconie Show, Steve Lamacq, Chris Hawkins and a live session on Marc Riley‘s show on BBC 6 Music, Peaness are making their way through the country sending their message of peas and love.

“The most pleasing aspect about the band’s popular ascent has been how organic it’s been”BIDO LITO MAGAZINE

“Winning the hearts of unsuspecting listeners across the length and breadth of the DIY scene, right through to BBC RADIO 1’s Huw Stephens” THE SKINNY MAGAZINE

“It’s difficult to narrow it down to a single song from Chester trio Peaness’s immaculate debut EP, No Fun: each song contains more than enough subtle surprises to keep you guessing, both in their lyrical smarts and their smooth melodic effortlessness.”THE SKINNY MAGAZINE

“Chester’s Peaness packed out Clwb Ifor Bach with their instant melodic indie slo-punk in a gig that was so busy I could’t actually see them once through the crowd.“HUW STEPHENS/NME