Artist info

Genre

Indie, Roots


band members

Fraser, Hamish, Sean, Lawrence


Influences

Fleet Foxes, James Vincent McMorrow, Ben Howard, Cat Stevens


Website

www.thepeeks.org

Bio

From the reflective musings of Fraser Henry, Melbourne indie folk act The Peeks have quickly found momentum with the release of their debut album GROW UP/GROW DOWN. With the album’s first single, Don’t Tell Your Mama (ft. Anabelle Kay), grabbing spins on 774 ABC, Double J & community radio stations across the country, Henry Wagons named The Peeks as one of his "favourite homegrown artists on unearthed.”

Since then the boys have been hard at work brewing beer, saving up for 50 cent cones and playing Banjo Kazooie’s successor Yooka Laylee.

The Peeks are set to release a new EP in late 2017.

www.thepeeks.org
lawrence@blowfish-records.com

Review

Review by Declan Byrne Declan Byrne

13 Dec 2017

Triple J
40

those first two fleet foxes records are some of my faves and this is imbued with that same spirit. undeniable stuff here.

those first two fleet foxes records are some of my faves and this is imbued with that same spirit. undeniable stuff here.

Review

Review by Dave Ruby Howe Dave Ruby Howe

12 Dec 2017

Triple J
40

You guys are good! Got that winsome lightness to it that reminds me of old Noah And The Whale.

You guys are good! Got that winsome lightness to it that reminds me of old Noah And The Whale.

Review

Review by Tommy Faith Tommy Faith

07 Dec 2017

Triple J
40

Firstly this is really pretty and throws me back to that golden age of indie-folk (2010ish) and secondly Yooka Laylee looks super fun.

Firstly this is really pretty and throws me back to that golden age of indie-folk (2010ish) and secondly Yooka Laylee looks super fun.