Peeling Grey

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Post-Punk

Peeling Grey was formed in June of 2008. The band made its debut live performance at Fonzfest with The Clash City Rockers (Clash tribute) on April 18th, 2009. A string of live shows all over the Los Angeles area slowly kickstarted local interest in the band, particularly from the underground Indie, Post Punk, and Goth scenes.

A demo EP released in August of 2009 titled “The Peeling Sessions” was recorded distributed worldwide, which included the United States, Germany, and England. This resulted in growing exposure and airplay on NME Internet Radio in the UK.

A second demo EP of pre-production tracks was released titled “Pre-Worlds”. “The World’s Not Sorry” was released in February of 2011. The record release event at Bordello was another milestone in Peeling Grey’s growing local popularity. Greg Reely known for his work with Sarah McLachlan, Front Line Assembly, and Skinny Puppy is noted for the mastering of “TWNS”.

The “James Quarterly” music video would focus on the intended storyline depicted in the lyrics, and premiere at Release the Bats, April of 2012. A follow-up recording to “TWNS” titled “Broken Glass” was released shortly after the “JQ” video. The single would be a departure from the group’s previous sound, unveiled in July, 2012.

In January of 2013 Peeling Grey would begin writing new material for the next phase of the band. “Our Sky’s Falling” is scheduled for 2014, and a second music video (“Rumors”) is currently in production. The group looks towards the future of music…..Akin to the original spirit of the past.

Peeling Grey is:

Andy Smith – Vocals/Guitar

Naren Renz – Keyboards

Dave Scott – Bass

Brad Hartman – Drums

Booking / Contact is: andysplit@yahoo.com

www.peelingrey.com

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