Burning House: Peach

Burning House wear their influences on their sleeves, and approach them with respect and admiration. Early shoegaze, guitar-driven American indie rock from the nineties, noise rock and early post rock sounds come together in a fine blend which feels equally intricate and familiar.

The band follow their EP, Tracer, from earlier in 2018, with one of their most accessible songs to date. Peach is an astutely constructed, solid indie rocking piece, which through its sharp production and directness, it carries a heavy, contemplative theme.

"Peach explores that feeling of impermanence and precariousness when we allow ourselves to fuse with another, often at the expense of our own identity," vocalist Aaron Mills explains. "It also concerns the distant idea of happiness portrayed in holiday brochures and billboards, the kind that make happiness an impossible ideal…"

Burning House have opened for the legendary Wire, after earning the appreciation of Colin Newman, and they have also played all over the south-coast other notable acts, such as Moon Duo, Shonen Knife, Is Bliss and Kagoule.

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