Opening their set with a bang, SouthSide liked how this band had the audience immediately wrapped within its music web and never letting go until the very last note of the closer had died. Each member of Peasantry had us feeling the cool summer-like breeze off the retro power pop/psychedelia sound before rockin out the stage with other songs like "Break" (love the music floetry in this one which will make you want to dance) and "Palace" (another one in which had a very moving melodic flow of sound) as well as vibrantly wowing the ears in between with trippy guitar riffs and explosive intros and outros each time. Basically, you could say, blogspot readers, the music does most of the talking for Peasantry ...and you would be correct. This reviewer at times found a groove within their downtempo rhythms even though the spontaneous bursts of energy was taken down a notch or two. Yet there was still enough to keep your feet moving to the beat.
SouthSide highly recommends welcoming the official start of by seeing Peasantry rockin' the stage again on Jun 21 at Quenchers Saloon.
For more information about Peasantry, visit http://www.peasantry.bandcamp.com.
Until next time, support your local scene,