Artist info

Genre

Electronic, Pop


Sounds like

Dirty Projectors, Neon Indian, Kimbra


band members

Polyslyme - Bass, Vocals, sounds Gina Somfleth - Synths, Vocals, Sounds


Influences

Arca, Sophie, FKA Twigs, The Beach Boys, Charli XCX


Unearthed artists we like

Kllo, NGAIIRE (nyree), Alice Ivy, Cry Club, Huntly, MUKI


Website

Bio

Peachnoise are a boundary-pushing, hyperpop duo from Melbourne, comprised of Gina and Polyslyme. Finding their way to Australia via Germany and New Zealand, the duo make eccentric, melody driven music that can only be described as pop wizardry.
Just as good behind the lens of a camera, Peachnoise have become known for their visuals - often directing, producing and editing all of their own music videos.

The emotionally-driven, 'Fold' is a taste of their upcoming mini-EP, 'Fuzz' which is due December 11th. It's about learning to love someone fully and daring yourself to be vulnerable.

Review

Review by Declan Byrne Declan Byrne

11 Dec 2020

Triple J
40

peachnoise have hit this one out of the park as well. it's like the coolest runway fashion show i've never been to.

peachnoise have hit this one out of the park as well. it's like the coolest runway fashion show i've never been to.

Review

Review by Declan Byrne Declan Byrne

07 Dec 2020

Triple J
40

there's certainly a bit of kimbra about it, but those monster jolts in prod give it some serious spice mixed in with the style and lofty appeal.

there's certainly a bit of kimbra about it, but those monster jolts in prod give it some serious spice mixed in with the style and lofty appeal.

Review

Review by Dave Ruby Howe Dave Ruby Howe

27 Nov 2020

Triple J
40

No cap I actually exclaimed aloud 'wow, what an interesting track' when this one wrapped up all its twists and turns. Working from home right now so my cat gave me nothing. Peep the track though, this is a slow-mo barrage of sonic tricks.

No cap I actually exclaimed aloud 'wow, what an interesting track' when this one wrapped up all its twists and turns. Working from home right now so my cat gave me nothing. Peep the track though, this is a slow-mo barrage of sonic tricks.