Peach Kelli Pop w/Churchyard

Nashville Scene Critic's Pick …

Not unlike Burger Records labelmates Shannon and the Clams, Allie Hanlon’s indie-pop outfit Peach Kelli Pop revels in the super sounds of the ’60s — think sunshine-draped melodies, post-Ronettes choruses and reverb-y major chords. But this is anything but one-dimensional retro-fetishism, mixing in twinkling Slumberland-ish indie-pop, punchy-punky power-chord tunes and the occasional off-kilter jam like “Society of Enoch,” which whizzes by on a swiftly tilting organ riff punctuated by shout-out-loud vocals and weird found-sound dialog. After a stint opening a string of dates for Kate Nash, PKP return to Nashville (where local label Infinity Cat reissued the band’s self-titled debut not long ago) to headline a strong show that also includes locals Churchyard and Weekend Babes.

—STEVE HARUCH

Tue, Oct 22 | 9:00 PM
The Stone Fox
$5
18 and over
[Venue Details]

Peach Kelli Pop

Ottawa Ontario Canada  |  Rock & Roll



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