Fresh off the debut of its new album Acrobats and a round of U.S. tour dates, Peggy Sue headed straight to Copenhagen, Denmark to tape an interview for NPR’s recent Weekend Edition Saturday. If you missed the interview on air, you can tune in HERE to listen to “Peggy Sue: Mining the Dark and the Discordant.”
Rolling Stone’s album review also picked up on the album’s darker undertones:
There’s a palpable sense of menace — horror movie strings twist around steel-straight guitars, and Young’s vocal harmonies with Rosa Rex float like witch’s incantations. Like PJ Harvey’s Rid of Me, Peggy Sue locate the precise point where heartache gives way to bloody vengeance and mine that darkness for all it’s worth.
Click HERE to read the entire Rolling Stone review.
To top it all off, Peggy Sue stopped by Minneapolis’ Radio K for an in-studio. Check out Rosa’s KISS T-shirt and score three free downloads of live versions of “Cut My Teeth” and “Funeral Beat” off the band’s new album Acrobats. Click here.