ill peach Shares New Single “BLAH BLAH BLAH"

Following the release of their previous single, "HEAVYWEIGHT”, newly signed Hardly Art band ill peach has shared the buoyant new bop, “BLAH BLAH BLAH.


ill peach says of this new song: “We wrote “BLAH BLAH BLAH” around the time Roe v. Wade was overturned, which was a very sensitive and heartbreaking day. It felt like a huge step backwards in women’s rights. The song describes the repetitive cycle of birthing out sons and daughters and then ultimately being consumed by mother earth herself. Yet the world sees women as weak forces. Defining all of it with the phrase ‘blah, blah, blah’ felt like the epitome.” 

You can listen HERE

ill peach has confirmed their first hometown headline show on July 13th at The Moroccan Lounge in Los Angeles. On sale for this show begins Friday, May 26. North American dates with popstress Hayley Kiyoko are currently underway, with SOLD OUT shows in Philadelphia, Toronto, New York, and Boston. These dates follow opening performances with Christine and the Queens and Dope Lemon. See below for a full list of shows. 

Tour Dates:

Thu. May 25 - Philadelphia, PA - Brooklyn Bowl (PA) [Sold Out] *

Sat. May 27- Toronto, CA - Danforth Music Hall [Sold Out] *

Sun. May 28 -  Montreal, CA - Corona Theatre *

Tue. May 30 - New York, NY - Irving Plaza [Sold Out] *

Wed, May 31- New York, NY - Irving Plaza [Sold Out] *

Thu. Jun. 01 - Boston, MA - House of Blues [Sold Out] *

Fri. Jun. 02 - Silver Springs, MD The Fillmore Silver Springs *

Thu. Jul. 13th - Los Angeles, CA - The Moroccan Lounge (Early Show)

* w/ Hayley Kiyoko

What people have said about ill peach:

“Vocalist Jess Corazza’s delicate high end reflects their affinity for atmospheric dream pop melodies, but the undercurrent of chaos beneath it adds a layer of tension that feels cinematic. The resulting jam is a terrific slice of alt-pop with a melody that will creep into your head over and over.” [“DANDELION”] - Consequence

“...songs that draw on stately R&B, effervescent pop, and absorbing yet lo-fi production.” [“Excuse Me While We Find Our Minds”] - CLASH

“…together the artists shape-shift their love for idiosyncratic pop music through tranquil new single “DANDELION”. Transferring their complicated tale of love through an electro-funk charged sound and nostalgic sphere.” - The Line of Best Fit

a cacophony of experimental sounds met with ethereal vocals and lyrics [“Wildfire”] - Wonderland 

“ill peach shattering the glossy facade of American quaintness with pummelling synths and hypnotic, Suicide-style drum machine. A rethinking of a classically patriotic symbol, it’s also a perfectly bombastic opening to sound the alarm (“American Pie”/sound the alarm] .” - The FADER

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