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Peach Pit release new song ‘Up Granville’

Indie rock band Peach Pit has released new song “Up Granville”

Indie rock band Peach Pit has released new song “Up Granville” – listen HERE. Lifted from their forthcoming third album, “Up Granville” marks the Vancouver-based quartet’s first musical offering since the 2020 release of their sophomore LP You and Your Friends. The track, which balances lyrical themes of loneliness and isolation with warm guitars and sunny melodies, is accompanied by an official video directed by longtime collaborator Lester Lyons-Hookham. Watch HERE.

In speaking about “Up Granville,” lead-singer Neil Smith says: “This song is about living alone for the first time in my life. Being stuck in my small studio apartment during Vancouver’s rainy winter and wallowing in the loneliness of it.”

Ahead of release, Peach Pit performed their first live shows since the cancellation of their sold-out global tour, originally slated for spring 2020. The band kicked off their return to live music with a sold-out show at Brooklyn’s Baby’s All Right before heading to Delaware for a prominent set at Firefly. Playing fan-favorites from their first two albums as well as “Up Granville” and a few other unreleased tracks, Peach Pit is gearing up to take 2022 by storm.

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Indie rock band Peach Pit has released new song “Up Granville” – listen HERE. Lifted from their forthcoming third album, “Up Granville” marks the Vancouver-based quartet’s first musical offering since the 2020 release of their sophomore LP You and Your Friends. The track, which balances lyrical themes of loneliness and isolation with warm guitars and sunny melodies, is accompanied by an official video directed by longtime collaborator Lester Lyons-Hookham. Watch HERE.

In speaking about “Up Granville,” lead-singer Neil Smith says: “This song is about living alone for the first time in my life. Being stuck in my small studio apartment during Vancouver’s rainy winter and wallowing in the loneliness of it.”

Ahead of release, Peach Pit performed their first live shows since the cancellation of their sold-out global tour, originally slated for spring 2020. The band kicked off their return to live music with a sold-out show at Brooklyn’s Baby’s All Right before heading to Delaware for a prominent set at Firefly. Playing fan-favorites from their first two albums as well as “Up Granville” and a few other unreleased tracks, Peach Pit is gearing up to take 2022 by storm.