Piney released Dreamcatcher ahead of her UK tour with shoegaze legends, Ride. Music News were good enough to feature news of the tour and review her freshly-released singles. “Her new material lands at art pop with angles and spaces creating a real world of sound with deliberate spaces and spikes. There are still echoes of … Continue reading Music News – single reviews & tour announcement
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”
Piney’s chuffed that the video for Dreamcatcher was featured on Scuzzhub, check it out here: https://www.scuzzhub.com/indie-pop-songstress-piney-gir-releases “London-based indie-pop songstress Piney Gir reveals the video for the new single “Dreamcatcher” created by animator Geoff Howell and featuring a penguin enjoying the freedom of the open road and encountering some interesting characters, a little bit of violence and trouble along the way.”
Piney had a chat with journo Keira Brown at The Fountain to talk about her newest collaboration with animator Geoff Howell on the video for Dreamcatcher, you can read the interview and watch the video here: https://thefountain.eu/features/piney-gir “Piney Gir reveals the video for the new single Dreamcatcher created by animator Geoff Howell, featuring a penguin … Continue reading The Fountain: Q&A and Video Feature – Dreamcatcher
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”
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 makes The Independent Playlist, they deem her a “transatlantic pop guru” wow!
Big up Amy Lamé for giving new Piney single: The Great Pretend its first 6 Music play! Y’all can listen again here
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.
Piney chats to The Fountain about her tour with Gaz Coombes and single The Great Pretend. “Transatlantic pop lass Piney Gir returns with a glossy new number The Great Pretend, which is certainly one to be played through this mid-summer heatwave. Melodic art-rock with enough hooks to keep it catchy” read the full interview and stream the … Continue reading The Fountain: feature & single review – Great Pretend
Happy Release Day to Dream Themes who have released a limited-edition, double 7″ single on the Too Pure Singles Club just in time for Christmas! Grab a copy before they sell out and hear Piney’s guest vox.
Grey Day Records have released the first single in the USA from Piney’s new album mR. hYDE’S wILD rIDE “Keep It Together” is available here and from all the usual digital retailers.
Mouse of a Ghost & Tilt A Whirl comes out in the UK on Damaged Goods as a double a-side single on the 25th of September. The single features remixes from Soulsby Synths and Dreamtrak, with covers of classic songs “Something Stupid” originally by Frank and Nancy Sinatra & the Love song “Alone Again Or” … Continue reading New Piney Single out September 25th – UK
Piney released her 2nd single Gold Rules on Damaged Goods in the UK on the 1st of June. There is a remix by The Fiction Aisle a new side project from Tom White of Electric Soft Parade & Piney’s rendition of American folk classic “This Land Is Your Land.” The artwork is by Stefanos Rokos.
Piney released her 1st single Keep It Together on Damaged Goods in the UK on the 27th of April. The b-sides are a couple of classic covers done in the signature Piney style. The artwork is by Garo Nahoulakian.