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Peggy Sue have unveiled a new album, and it's due early next year

Check out lead single 'Motorcade'.
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Published: 10:51 am, October 15, 2019
Peggy Sue have unveiled a new album, and it's due early next year

Peggy Sue have unveiled a new album due early next year.

The London-based duo will release 'Vices' on 21st February, preceded by lead single 'Motorcade'.

“Motorcade is about recognising the difference between what you need and what you want,” Katy Young explains, “and asking for it as fast and loud as you like.

"I wrote it in the first wave of relief after a big break-up - it was probably the first moment that I was ready to be a bit mean and honest about it all.

"When we started arranging the song with the band it just kept getting louder and faster and more powerful, now it’s this burst of energy that we’re terrified of playing live but always love every second of."

They've a new tour, too - catch them at the following:

MARCH
24 Cambridge: Portland Arms
25 Brighton: Green Door Store
26 Bristol: Louisiana
27 Cardiff: Clwb Ifor Bach
28 Manchester: Kings Arms
29 Leeds: Hyde Park Book Club
31 Birmingham: Hare & Hounds

APRIL
01 Liverpool: Studio 2
02 Glasgow: Hug & Pint
03 Newcastle: Cluny
04 Coventry: The Tin
05 Sheffield: Picture House Social
09 London The Dome

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