Piney’s new single Peanut Butter Malt Shop Heartthrob is featured on the Finnish blog One Chord To Another, check it out
Piney covers everything from music, books, gigs, mental health and life lessons in this interview with Loud Women check it out!
Every year Joyzine do a musical advent calendar in the run up to Christmas, granting everyone free music instead of waxy choccies… and every year Piney takes part. This year is a Buzzcocks cover in loving memory of Pete Shelley. Download “Ever Fallen In Love…” here
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.”
Melographic bigs up Piney’s new single Dreamcatcher, “her new material lands at art pop with angles creating a real world of sound with deliberate spaces and spikes.” Watch the video for Dreamcatcher and read all about it here, along with an extensive list of recent tour dates supporting Ride and Gaz Coombes.
Piney’s in good company alongside Sia, Kylie Minogue and Sir Paul McCartney as one of their weekly one liners… stream the Dreamcatcher video here
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.”
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
A nice write up from Sweeping The Nation for “Dreamcatcher” calling it a “dreamy West Coast guitar pop excursion about taking risks augmented with crunching solos – plus Sweet Baboo parping away on sax.”
Piney makes The Independent Playlist with Dreamcatcher, deeming it a “groovy, funk-indie single.”
Piney gets a photo and a mention in this Ritual Union Festival preview in the Oxford Mail.
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’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.
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’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.