Piney gets a photo and a mention in this Ritual Union Festival preview in the Oxford Mail.
Treat yourself to Piney’s new single featuring a-side “Dreamcatcher” and b-sides “Silver Screen” and “When You’re Young And In Love” originally done by The Marvelettes, reinterpreted here in Piney’s post-pop sound. buy from: Amazon buy from: Itunes stream on: Spotify
Piney makes the She Makes Music Spotify Playlist, they deem her “track of the week” wow!
Joyzine premiere new Piney video “Dreamcatcher” view it and read the article here… “Previous single ‘The Great Pretend’ was a lush, fantastical trip and new track ‘Dreamcatcher’, with its deep funk bassline, playful lyrics and ethereal backing vocals, is equally wondrous, but there’s a darker core beneath the sparkly surface”
Get In Her Ears premieres the new Piney single “Dreamcatcher” hear it first and read the article here… “A truly glorious slice of psychedelic art-pop… oozing an effervescent glow that’ll make you want to get up and follow your dreams immediately. A perfect motivational anthem.”
Piney is the newest addition to the Ritual Union Festival line up, Oct 20th and will play the O2 Academy in Oxford at 12:45 in the afternoon… what a great way to start the day! Nab tickets and see the full line-up here.
Nightshift bigs up Piney’s in store at Truck Records (Oct 4th) and also her set at Ritual Union Festival (Oct 20th), the hailed her as “Grungey 60s girl group pop”
Piney is excited to announce her first headline show for a while premiering new material from the forthcoming album You Are Here, that’s October 15th at the Sebright Arms brought to you by Dark Party. Get tickets here
Piney is happy to premier her new single #Dreamcatcher October 4th at the Truck Records Store in Oxford. Doors at 6:00 & it’s free entry! See you there.
Piney demonstrates one of her easiest recipes from her new, punk-rock, indie-zine-style cookbook entitled “Drunk Cookery” at We Built This City as part of the Full English exhibition, October 10th from 6PM. Please listen, like, subscribe to Piney’s “Drunk Cookery” playlist on Spotify and hear Piney’s fave tunes to cook to.
Piney’s new single Dreamcatcher out October 12th, gets a nice review from With Guitars, “tender bitter-sweetness, reminiscent of post punk basement bars and cherry martinis.” Read all about it here.
Piney’s crafted a punk-rock, ‘zine-style cookbook called “Drunk Cookery” featuring Piney’s own late-night, wholesome and easy-peasy recipes for busy people using ingredients you’d find in your average understocked cupboard. Available now at We Built This City on Carnaby Street as part of the Full English exhibition. Please listen, like, subscribe to Piney’s “Drunk Cookery” playlist … Continue reading Piney’s Drunk Cookery Book – available now @ We Built This City
Piney pairs up with We Built This City and video artist Keyleen Ngyen from Newler Films curating a mixed-media event, “Full English” questioning what does it mean to be English? Apt in these changing times, there are several artists and events exploring the theme. 28th September – opening party 6:00-8:00PM 5th October – ‘Setting Up A … Continue reading Full English @ We Built This City – Carnaby Street
Listen back to The Other Woman Show on Soho Radio, with live session and special guest chat to Fiona Bevan
Nab your copy of the newly released Joyzine compilation album, and support a wonderful charity, Parkinsons UK, while you’re at it. This charity is close to Piney’s heart, so grab a copy of Piney’s new single Great Pretend along with a lot of other great music from talented bands, all for a great cause. Read all … Continue reading Piney track on Joyzine charity compilation
Treat yourself to Piney’s new single featuring a-side “The Great Pretend” and b-sides “Spirit Away” inspired by Japanese Anime and a cover of “Happy Go Lucky Girl” originally done by The Paragons, reinterpreted here in Piney’s dream-pop style. buy from: Amazon buy from: Itunes stream on: Spotify
Piney’s new single The Great Pretend gets a nice review from Documentary Evidence, “embracing warm, fuzzy analogue synths and angular pop that nods to the likes of Roxy Music, all bleached into haziness by Malibu evening sunshine.” Read all about it here.
God Is In The TV premiere new Piney video “The Great Pretend” view it and read the article here… “Evocative, ever so slightly surreal and wry… Piney’s lyrics are a little twisted but ripe with duality, like a backhanded compliment from Dorothy Parker.”
Piney makes The Independent Playlist, they deem her a “transatlantic pop guru” wow!
Check out the Music Blog Wales playlist featuring Great Pretend