Peach Club

CD £9.99
  • SKU: HR2551-2
  • UPC: 0790692255122
  • Release Date: 08 February 2019


Label Review.

2019 album also available in Vinyl.

Our Overview.

Kentucky born Emarosa’s new album ‘Peach Club’ makes the most of their eclectic influences, marking their sixth studio effort as their most pop-laden and personal album to date. So bid farewell to the old Emarosa, the group’s trading thick, post-hardcore guitar riffs and eccentric time signatures for saxophone solos and contagious pop hooks laced in 1980s influence.

It’s a direction that’s been brewing with Emarosa since singer Bradley Walden’s first writing session, he told Forbes. Walden joined the group in 2014, debuting on the group’s third full-length, Verses.

“We’ve all wanted to do it,” Walden said. “We had to do it for ourselves.”On departing fully from a post-hardcore sound that’s filled parking lots for a decade on the (now extinct) Warped Tour, he explained: “This band hasn’t been post-hardcore in a long time. … The post-hardcore Emarosa is so dead. I dare anyone to listen to this new record, ‘Peach Club’, and try to think we’re anything but this alternative band.”

The group wrote a majority of the record on the east coast, but retreated to Los Angeles to track the 11-song ‘Peach Club’ with producer Courtney Ballard, who’s worked with 5 Seconds of Summer and Jessie J.