The new album (from what I heard and seen live....) sounds freaking amazing! It's awesome to have these guys back and so good that they took the time to do it right. (:
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"There's this rapport that exists that wasn't so much the case before," Pruett says. "It's like, if you're playing this huge festival and you're freaked out, and there are 20,000 people, you just look around you, and you're like, 'Dude, I'm with some of the closest people in my life, and I care about them and want them to thrive along with me.'"
Besides the brotherhood the members feel on stage, Peachcake is busy with multiple side projects, DJing shows, and creating remixes for other artists. Pruett and Jackman recently worked on a remix for George Clinton and for the Pilot song "Magic," and the publishing company that set them up with the remixing gigs has sent them 15 other songs to work with.
As for when Peachcake will officially release its second album, which is finished and ready to go, the band isn't sure. The band is weighing label options while also considering a self-release, and they're hoping the EP will get people buzzing about what's next.
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What you can expect in the near future are music videos by the band, including one for the EP's single, "You Matter." Peachcake also has a June residency at Scottsdale's Rogue Bar planned.
"We're artists," Children says. "We're not out there to just party and give you some eye candy and have you say, 'Look, it's so colorful.' This music is important to us."