The Peach Fuzz set to embark on debut headline UK tour

HOTLY tipped alt-pop outfit The Peach Fuzz are back with latest single Softie ahead of their first ever headline tour of the UK.

The free-flowing creatives will kick off their nine-date tour at Lending Room in Leeds on March 4, ending their time on the road with an almighty homecoming at Liverpool's Arts Club.

Softie, set to be released on February 28 via Wirral's Skeleton Key Records, was recorded at the city's infamous Parr Street Studios and saw the outfit pick up their made-in-heaven partnership with producer James Skelly.

The new track promises to give fans the chance to delve deeper into their electro-pop world, offering a sweet release from the trials and tribulations of modern-day life.

Self-prescribed as 'an exhausted, teary-eyed rant', the new track will kick back at conformity and stereotypes through a plethora of honey-tinged vocals matched with delicate vintage-inspired synths.

This is the sound we know and love from the outfit who have already offered up tasty tracks such as The Outside Looking In and Pieces.

With plenty more to come from this exciting creative in 2020, including rumours of festival dates this summer, a ticket will get you a place in new music history.

  • March 4 - Lending Room, Leeds
  • March 5 - Gullivers, Manchester
  • March 6 - Cafe Totem, Sheffield
  • March 7 - Garage, Glasgow
  • March 11 - Victoria Dalston, London
  • March 12 - The Moon, Cardiff
  • March 13 - Mother's Ruin, Bristol
  • March 14 - Muthers, Birmingham
  • March 28 - Arts Club, Liverpool

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