She Makes Music previews Piney’s album “You Are Here” prior to the album launch party at The Lexington. Featuring new video by Fonda 500’s Nicholas Broughton “Admiral Fleets” “‘Admiral Fleets’ harks back to wholesome, retro-psych pop with soaring, sunny Beach Boy-inspired harmonies and a real Mellotron; mixed with spikey synths and wailing sax worthy of … Continue reading She Makes Music – “You Are Here” album preview
Loud Women brilliantly nurture a whole female-fronted scene, which Piney is proud to be a part of. Here Loud Women honour Piney by making Peanut Butter Malt Shop Heartthrob video of the day where they deem it a “dreamy retro-pop single.” Watch it here
Jungle Indie Rock features a new video on their blog almost every day! Piney’s Peanut Butter Malt Shop Heartthrob is one of the lucky chosen ones, watch it here
Joyzine featured Peanut Butter Malt Shop Heartthrob as Video of the Day saying it “floats along in a woozy psychedelic doo-wop haze, while the video features a star turn by Lily the 30 year old giant gourami fish.” Watch the video directed by Poppy Illsley and Penny Andrea here
Joyzine reviewed Piney’s single launch for Peanut Butter Malt Shop Heartthrob at Paper Dress in collaboration with Loud Women and Soho Radio: The Other Woman Show. “woozy psychedelia adds a dream-like tinge, and occasional shadowy corner to Technicolor Americana and bright garage pop…” read all about it here: https://joyzineuk.com//live-review-piney-gir-at-paper-dress-vintage
Piney chooses a “Song For Ewe” to share for Velvet Sheep. Read why she chose it here and stream Dreamcatcher and Great Pretend while you’re at it. Velvet Sheep calls Piney, “Everyone’s most favourite Kansan since Dorothy” Nice!
Piney bears all about life and love and all of that stuff in advance of her new album. Read this in-depth interview and get to know her better here: She Makes Music.
Watch Piney’s video for Dreamcatcher directed by Geoff Howell and read all about it at Silent Radio. “Swirling psychedelic synths are punctuated by twanging guitar, riff-led basslines and punchy saxophones featuring dreamy vocals spinning to infinity.”
Beehive Candy streams Piney’s new single here along with a nice review “A rhythmic alt rocker, there is something hypnotic and engrossing about this song, the music and vocals are intertwined, as it quickly develops a level of intrigue, that’s hard to let go of.”
Beat Surrender features Piney Gir’s new single Dreamcatcher on their playlist. Stream it here
Manchester Gigs features Piney’s video for Dreamcatcher prior to her gig supporting Ride at RNCM, get tickets here.
Circuit Sweet features video for Piney’s new single Dreamcatcher and big up her forthcoming UK tour supporting Ride. This is what they said, “echoes of the signature Piney sound, with strong melodies, tuneful riffs and twisted lyrics that sound sweet at first listen and evolve to some kind of dark twisted storytelling” watch the video … Continue reading Circuit Sweet – Dreamcatcher video feature & Tour Dates
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
Piney is honoured to be among a lot of talented women here on the She Makes Music ‘Tracks of the Week’ playlist, stream it here
Piney met Alice Lowe in a South London art Gallery to talk about the making of her film Prevenge. Read all about it!
Piney met up with Growler and Dr Robert Saxton to discuss their collaboration on the piece “Night Dance Fantasy” which will be performed at the next Union Chapel Daylight gig, March 11th… read all about it here: http://pineygir.tumblr.com
Hannah Peel met up with Piney to chat about her new album and its inspiration; what she discovered was a fascinating link between the brain and music… it goes deeper than you think. Read all about it, here: http://www.huffingtonpost.co.uk/piney-gir/hannah-peel
Piney gets a rave review from Stubby’s Christmas Blog for her Perry Como Christmas cover, available for free download on the XO For The Holidays compilation “Piney Gir, to me, is this generation’s Bing Crosby”
Sometimes Piney blogs for the Huffington Post & this time she got to meet the man behind Bowie’s iconic red hair and the woman who designed his clothes for seminal film, The Man Who Fell To Earth. Read all about it here.
Piney curated an art exhibition inspired by one of her favourite books, Charlie and the Chocolate Factory, and Loz interviews her about it for Huffington Post