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.
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!
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
Melographic reviews the new Piney Gir single The Great Pretend, “Throughout her work, there is an underlying theme addressing mental health, the shade and the light in the music and lyrics represent a lot of deep thoughts. If you look for the meaning it is there, but on another level you can just enjoy the … Continue reading Melographic: single review – The Great Pretend
New Piney Gir single The Great Pretend gets a nice review from Beehive Candy, “melodic hooks that really dig in deep.” Read all about it, and stream it here.
Austin Town Hall reviews the new Piney Gir single The Great Pretend “There’s something oddly nostalgic about it, as if Piney’s work has a timelessness fitting it into both the past and present all at once” Read all about it, and stream it here.
Clash Music premiered the new Piney Gir single The Great Pretend “A strange, surreal, but nonetheless affecting return, ‘The Great Pretend’ features the kind of verbose, intoxicating lyricism we’ve come to adore from Piney Gir’s work” Read all about it, and stream it exclusively here.
Piney and Garo get a mention in Saatchi Gallery Magazine Art & Music thanks to lovely Galia from Psapp. Check it out…
Mchelle Shiers took some lovely action shots of our the Piney and Gaz gigs at The Echo in LA, check ’em out here
Piney’s support slot gets a li’l mention here in this write upof the Gaz Coombes gig at The Echo in Los Angeles. Review by LA Record, photo by Leslie Kalohi
Piney bigs up her favourite venue: The Lexington for the Joyzine Indie Venue feature. Find out why it’s her choice place to play in London!
Trainwreck’d Society gave the XO For The Holidays compilation a great review, nice! “Piney Gir showing off her unique and brilliant vocals…”
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”
Piney’s song My Halloween was used on this surreal video starring Cara Delevinge for Vogue.com
Time Out featured Violet Beauregarde’s Gum as a part of “Your perfect weekend.” Click this thumbnail to read the whole article…
Piney was delighted to see the mother/daughter team behind the blog A Drake’s Progress at her all-ages show at The Lexington for Loud Women. Here is just a little of what she had to say about it “the band served up a slice of their sunny, melodic, and…well…to be honest, a little bit loud, indie pop.” You can … Continue reading A Drake’s Progress: Blog Feature – Live Review
Piney Gir played an all-ages show at The Lexington for Loud Women. Here is what Redrospective had to say about it. “Piney Gir delivered the same accomplished, sunny indie-pop songs with delightfully dark undertones that recently delighted American audiences.” Read the whole article here.
View the new Piney video for “Oh God You Devil” on the Nick Loss-Eaton blogspot #LostInTranslationVibez