Slothrust is announcing their latest EP, Peach, to be released on October 25 on Dangerbird Records. Produced by the Grammy-nominated Billy Bush (Garbage, Muse, Neon Trees, Natasha Bedingfield), the EP highlights Slothrust’s versatile and ever-evolving body of work. Billboard says, "You’re never going to fully figure out Slothrust, but rest assured, it’s well worth the effort.” That sentiment rings true on Peach.
Over the course of three tracks, Slothrust ranges from garage-folk on “Peach (Acoustic)” and moves into the unexpected, slow and jazzy ballad “On My Mind,” only to dive into a spunky cover of Bobby Darin’s classic “Splish Splash.” On Peach, Slothrust continues to explore and experiment with effortless poise, and Ones to Watch agrees saying, "Their versatility gives them an edge – they could be punk, they could be indie, they’ve even gotten away with covering Britney Spears."
On “Splish Splash,” Slothrust turns the '50s pop novelty hit into a punk rock anthem. Fans should prepare for twists and turns with every smash of the cymbal.
i spent ages only liking motion sickness and kyoto then i listened to this album on LOUD and was like oooo its so cool actually exciting so now i want B.B. Bridgers to make a full rock album please like channel heatmiser please the world needs it ok i feeeel something.... Ben Collins