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Track-By-Track: Peggy Sue – Choir of Echoes

Everything about Choir of Echoes, the third full-length from Brighton indie-folkers Peggy Sue, resonates with worldliness. Its ten tracks are characterised by the four-piece – fronted by Katy Beth Young and Rosa Slade – having refined their craft over the three years since 2011′s Acrobats. That’s not to



Album Review: Peggy Sue – Choir of Echoes

Congregating at the edge of the nu-folk wave that saw peers Mumford & Sons and Laura Marling reach unprecedented heights of chart popularity, Peggy Sue are a band that have paid their dues to the alter of success.

After an almost two-year hiatus since their Peggy Sue Play the Songs



London’s attempt to free Pussy Riot

In association with ShatterJapanHoxton Bar & Kitchen are hosting a night in support of Pussy Riot, featuring performances from Peggy Sue, DJ sets from New Young Pony Club and talks from Kerry McCarthy (MP), to name but a few.

You may have heard rumblings of Pussy Riot …



Peggy Sue on Pirates, Grumpy Music and the New Album

They used to play gigs without actually knowing how to play any instruments at all. But recently they’ve played with big names like Laura Marling and Kate Nash, and they’re working on their debut with well-known producers John Askew and Alex Newport. Katy Klaw found time to chat about all