Peach was written, played, recorded, produced and mixed by Emma Winston - she did the sleeve art too! Peach's narratives are driven by the feminine, combining Emma's reminiscences and stories with those of the (extra) ordinary women who inspire her. Emma describes Peach as being “an album about affirming the ordinary and vital, about the everyday things that provide comfort to you in difficult times, and about finding your own way to push back against the expectations that constrain you. It's about moments of contact between people, especially between women, and above all about celebrating the small moments that make up a life.” After self-releasing an original Christmas song, ‘City Bells’ as a digital download in December 2015, Emma put out a 7″ single, ‘Moon Maps’/’Hush Me’, on Where It’s At Is Where You Are, followed by a cassette EP, Staying Still, and a USB drive loaded with 8-bit remixes, Home. She has played numerous shows and festivals (including indietracks, Wales Goes POP! and the DIY Popfest), and is as comfortable in folk basement as a DIY space or Islington’s Union Chapel “Like a computer dreaming of a sunrise, Princess Peach from Mario re-imagined as a kick-arse, feminist superhero, or a pixelated Joanna Newsom. This is electronic music, yes, but at its core is humanity.”
FORMAT INFORMATIONLtd LP Info: Peach coloured vinyl.