The Peach Fuzz release latest single 'The Outside Looking In' on Skeleton Key Records

UNAFRAID to break from the mould that sticks Liverpool's incestuous music scene together, one of the city's hottest prospects The Peach Fuzz have released a juicy new cosmic single to get your teeth into.

Made up of members from various musical projects, most notably The Levons, the free-flowing creative have teamed up with Wirral's Skeleton Key Records to release The Outside Looking In.

With nods to their brother's Blossoms and the likes of Tame Impala, the new single, recorded at Parr Street Studios, is a shimmering pot of indie-pop-rock gold.

A modern-day ode of love, The Outside Looking In is apparently the band's only heart-tinged offering with a hypnotic lyricism that we just can't get enough of.

Stir in some psychedelic-funk twangs from guitarist Danny Murphy and bassist Pauly T and you've got yourself a cocktail of hallucinatory vocals from front-man Nathaniel Cummings, dreamy synths of Tom Corfield's, and Phil Murphy's entrancing beats sown together with harmonies to swoon for.

Produced by Chris Taylor and James Skelly, The Outside Looking In keeps listeners on tender hooks, waiting for our next hit of The Peach Fuzz.

The Outside Looking In is released on Skeleton Key Records on Friday, April 12.

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