Breakthrough hyperpop sensation, Peach PRC reveals a melodramatic dance while you cry anthem with her new single ‘Forever Drunk’ out today. The new song also marks the first collaboration with Peach PRC and Grammy nominated pop songwriter Bonnie McKee (Katy Perry, Britney Spears).
Peach PRC says about the song, “‘Forever Drunk’ looks back at my first heartbreak, when at that time I thought this teenage relationship was all I had in my life, I had no family, I hated school, I didn’t think I was smart or talented. So once I lost this person, I went into full on teenage melodramatic devastation, groveling on my hands and knees begging to be taken back. I thought I would NEVER get over it at the time.”
Peach PRC continues about collaborating with Bonnie McKee, “Originally ‘Forever Drunk’ was a much sadder song, but Bonnie and I turned it into an anthemic “dance while you cry” bop, which is what I wanted the song to blossom into anyway. Bonnie’s like a big sister to me, we talk all the time with each other, sharing our little DIY creative endeavors and random ideas at ridiculous hours of the night. We’ve had such similar lives and have so much in common, not just in our bubblegum pop music but with our personal journeys too.”
Earlier this year the captivating singer songwriter released her much talked about single ‘God Is A Freak.’ Before the song was even released it attracted the attention of pop music titans Billie Eilish, Finneas, and Justin Tranter. Press raved about the single upon release, including Consequence who praised, “Peach is delightfully merciless on “God Is A Freak,” never failing to point out the contradictions of traditional Christian ideology, landing every joke, and establishing herself as a vivid and fully-formed star”.
Peach PRC unveiled her debut gold selling single ‘Josh’ just last year. It has already gathered 27 million-plus combined streams, received widespread critical acclaim and reached #35 on triple j’s audience voted Hottest 100 Chart.
‘Forever Drunk’ follows Peach PRC’s recent Australian and New Zealand tour debut, supporting international artist Yungblud. The Sydney-based showstopper will take to the stage once again for Australian festivals Spilt Milk and Falls 2022, with more shows to be announced soon.