ill peach Share Cover of TV On The Radio’s “WOLF LIKE ME”

Following the release of their Hardly Art Debut, THIS IS NOT AN EXIT, in November of last year, Los Angeles duo ill peach have shared a dynamic cover of TV On The Radio’s song “WOLF LIKE ME.”

ill peach says of this new song: “Last year, we got asked to do a cover for the “Meet Me in The Bathroom” documentary soundtrack.  The doc is about the music scene in New York during the early 2000s.  Quite possibly, all of our favorite bands are all in this one doc;  Yeah Yeah Yeahs, LCD Soundsystem, TV On The Radio, The Strokes, etc.  The soundtrack fell through, and it felt weird to let this one sit on a hard drive. We used to see Tunde Adebimpe all the time outside of our studio space in Greenpoint, Brooklyn.  Felt like the right band to honor.”
ill peach is confirmed to perform at this year's Underground Music Showcase on July 26th in Denver, CO. Click here for more information on the festival.

The seed of ill peach was first planted in the recording studios of New York City, where Pat Morrissey and Jess Corazza were working together as professional songwriters. Since then, they’ve collaborated with artists like SZA, Weezer, Pharrell, Saint JHn, Icona Pop, aespa, and Genesis Owusu. The duo needed an outlet for their more left-of-center, personal compositions, and ill peach was born.

What people have said about ill peach:
“...absurdly fun.”- Alternative Press
“THIS IS NOT AN EXIT…is bright, poppy, gritty, and full of the duo’s experimental tendencies but without sacrificing some utterly hook-filled choruses. - Northern Transmissions
“Erupting from the get-go, there’s a controlled chaos to ill peach.” - [“BLAH BLAH BLAH”]  Grimy Goods
"There truly is nothing in modern music that feels or sounds like ill peach, and their modern and dynamic appeal sticks out impressively in what is already an incredibly diverse and creative music scene." ["BLAH BLAH BLAH"] - CLOUT
"This new song marks a remarkable twist on ill peach's signature sound, moving into more upbeat, electric, and rooted in alternative rock terrain...There's nothing in modern music that looks or sounds like ill peach, making them a truly unique and dynamic act." ["BLAH BLAH BLAH"] - Oleada Indie
"One of the most promising emerging acts around." ["HEAVYWEIGHT"] - DNÜ
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