The London trio have been combining soul, hip hop, psychedelia and Latin inspired pop since 2014, citing themselves as pioneers of the peculiar genre Trip-Jam.
Following a slew of mind-melding singles, including an offering for Dan Carey’s Speedy Wunderground series and a sterling EP entitled Utopia Village, the threesome are back with their most mature and organic track to date; “Scared After All (Touch my Body)”.
A dulcet synth and horn combo intro leads seamlessly into a sultry afro inspired rhythm permeated by delicate guitar stabs. There is a refreshing simplicity in the construction of this piece, namely the clear separation between groove-focused verse and hook-laden chorus. This is the latest in a string of triumphs from Peluché, long may it continue.