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Departing from the dark acoustic folk of its debut, Peggy Sue reveals a harder edge on its second release. The opener, “Cut My Teeth,” signals this new direction with squalling electric guitar riffs and an intensity that carries through to the rest of the album. Featuring multi-instrumentalists and singers Rosa Slade and Katy Young and drummer Olly Joyce, this British trio creates heavy atmosphere on Acrobats under the guidance of John Parish, PJ Harvey’s producer. With songs ranging from noisy and wiry to murky and dense, the group elicits a visceral reaction that's often unsettling, yet punctuated with moments of quiet beauty. Even when the guitars crunch and the rhythms get sludgy, Slade and Young’s remarkable intertwining harmonies keep the songs from bogging down. They mesh especially well on the vocal-driven “Parking Meter Blues” (accompanied only by light percussion and glockenspiel) and the relatively sunny “Boxes.” Joyce’s dynamic and nuanced timekeeping deserves special mention, as his drumming is critical in getting across the album’s menacing mood.

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Peggy who? Peggy Sue!

Give Peggy Sue a chance! This album is amazing pre-ordered it and have been listening to it ever since. Song&Dance is so entrancing just as the rest of the album. Cut my teeth is great, shadows, Funeral Beat!!!!! every song is worth a listen some you will just keep coming back to.


Formed: 2006 in Brighton, England

Genre: Alternative

Years Active: '00s, '10s

Brighton, England indie folk duo Peggy Sue was formed by longtime friends Rosa Slade and Katy Young. The group's signature blend of brooding anti-folk and fiery indie pop was born in basements, living rooms, and small clubs in 2006. A successful tour with like-minded British indie rockers Mumford & Sons earned Peggy Sue attention outside of the local scene, resulting in a record deal with Yep Roc in the States, and Wichita Records in the U.K.. The band’s debut album, Fossils and Other Phantoms, was...
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