It’s necessary and imperative to the creative motif, interest, and motivation of Peachcake. Having been in existence now for over 6 years, but only a year and a half in its current incarnation, Peachcake sees movement as the focal point of what enables them to do what they do creatively in music, performance and our overall impact. It’s essentially a sort of lifeline, and without it, they’d probably have to surrender to a stagnancy in their musical material as well as the live forum for which they’ve accomplished so much in audience enthusiasm, influence, and interaction. What’s truly elemental is the movement of thought, and that is an ethic that is very important to Peachcake. So whatever the case for your enjoyment, Peachcake is here to not just shed light on this mantra and vehicle of thought-provoking motivation, but to move that forward to new heights and boundaries as they continue forth.
Your life is the cause, and they want you to live it. In 2011, Peachcake will be releasing their second full-length album which they enlisted a grand cast of characters to help realize including mixing engineer Alex Aldi (Passion Pit, The Walkmen, Les Savy Fav, Holy Ghost!) to producer and long-time friend, Jalipaz of Audioconfusion. Written and produced by frontman, Stefan Pruett and his partners Mike McHale and Dave Jackman, the album elaborates on the creativity that has typically permeated Peachcake’s music and essence, however it takes their eclecticism and love for a varied outlook on music stylings to new heights and levels only explored in this incarnation. We can’t wait for the world to hear our Unbelievable Souls! Read more on Last.fm. User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply..
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