Listen: Peluché share new track ‘Scared After All (Touch My Body)’

Peluché share new track ‘Scared After All (Touch My Body)’

It’s the first release on their own Big Teddy Records label.

Late last year, Peluché released their EP ‘Utopia Village’, which was recorded in a now-defunct Camden studio (which the collection took its name from), affirming their bond on tracks such as ‘Family’.

At the time, the band said: “We have such an emotional tie to playing music that we keep going through setbacks and struggles, ignoring most people’s advice about what we ’should’ be and staying true to our ideas”.

Now they’ve returned with another cut of their own unique brand of “trip-jam”, and the first release on their own Big Teddy Records. ‘Scared After All (Touch My Body)’ has been produced by Dan Carey and is a typically hypnotic cut from the trio that combines together soul, jazz and a synth and horn combo that evokes exoticism.

Peluché are also set to play a headline show at London’s Corsica Studios on Thursday 2nd November. Tickets for the show are on sale now.

Listen to ‘Scared After All (Touch My Body)’ below.

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