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
Daylight Music celebrates its 10 year anniversary at The Union Chapel and Piney will be singing a special song or two in this magical setting. All ages are welcome, doors open at noon, pay-what-you-can-on-the-door.
Dream Themes do a gig at The Islington on March 11th, and Piney will join them for one special theme song. Which one will it be? Find out at the evening performance. Get tickets here.
Piney Gir hijacks the airwaves at Resonance FM for The Other Woman Show which is every Thursday from 3:30-4:30 PM. You can stream the Piney takeover archives here: Live session from musician, Alessi & advice from life coach, Ashley Jones
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
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
Piney returns to The Lexington to support one of her fave indie pop bands Hidden Cameras. She’ll be doing a stripped down skiffle set… Get your tickets here
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
G’day! Piney releases her newest offering “mR. hYDE’S wILD rIDE” down under, compliments of Gaga And singles are available there now too, nab them all… Keep It Together, Gold Rules, Mouse Of A Ghost/Tilt A Whirl…
Time Out featured Violet Beauregarde’s Gum as a part of “Your perfect weekend.” Click this thumbnail to read the whole article…
Piney & food artist Alice Straker welcomes you to Violet Beauregarde’s Gum, an art exhibition and events inspired by Charlie and the Chocolate Factory. July 20th – Opening Party with complimentary cocktails from Chase Distillery from 7:30 FREE July 21st – Food in Literature discussion with supper club superhero Ms Marmite, and authors Travis Elborough and Eithne Farry from 7:30 FREE July 22nd – Edible Art inspired by the … Continue reading Violet’s Gum – Art Exhibition
Piney supports Gaz Coombes at The Royal Shakespeare Theatre, Stratford-Upon-Avon, Sunday June 19th at 7:30. Get your tickets here.
Piney’s warehouse is super stocked, so she’s having a massive flash sale. Get limited edition vinyl, song-lyric-inspired jewellery by I Am Acrylic, hand made tote-bags & tea towels, t-shirts & hoodies and more…
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
CMJ premiere new Piney video “Oh God You Devil” view it and read the article here… “twisting tempered country crooning with a verge-of-quirk indie touch.”