Following their introductory single ‘Ohio’, which garnered recent RIP Records signings Peluché spins on Phil Taggart’s Radio One show and tips in the likes of NME Magazine, the South London three-piece are back with their follow up single ‘Sin’, which premiered earlier this month via DIY.
‘Sin’ twists the versatile all-female group down a more dub-pop-infused avenue, with Rhapsody Gonzalez’s enchanting vocals fronting the track’s blissful groove; conjured by the flowing instrumentation of the trio’s intertwining musicianship. Visuals come by way of Black Teeth Productions; a sinister, cinematic video that touches upon the darker lyricisms amongst the song’s upbeat feel – abandonment and loneliness, particularly.
Despite the group having a relatively short lifespan, ‘Sin’ displays Peluché’s wealth of already intricate song writing; meddling multiple instruments with a flurry of versatile influences, fastened together with undeniably ethereal harmonies.
Twinned with a more somber lyricism, the track makes for a captivating listen and can be heard in a live environment when the band play their single release show at Servant Jazz Quarters, London, tonight (26th March).
Tickets for Peluché at Servant Jazz Quarters (Dalston, London) available now, here: https://parallellines.ticketabc.com/events/peluche/