Peach Kelli Pop, aka Allie Hanlon, has gotten a lot of attention here at If It's Too Loud... for good reason. The band's earlier work was great, but it could be a little too cute at times. Hanlon's sound has matured quite a bit with her new single, "Cut Me Off." The new song has a slight dream pop vibe, but with more of an edge. The sound is still sugary sweet, but with a more lived in, experienced feel. It hearkens back to the girl group sound of the 50's, but with some modern cynicism thrown in. That could be from the subject matter of "Cut Me Off." According to Hanlon, ""This song is about lacking the strength to walk away from a situation you know is harmful to you. It's about really wanting a relationship to work (whether it be romantic or a friendship) and hanging on, but knowing deep down that it won't work out."
You can listen to "Cut Me Off" below. Lucky Star, the new EP from Peach Kelli Pop, will be out October 9 on Lauren Records. You can pre-order some pretty sweet bundles over at Bandcamp. For more on Peach Kelli Pop, check out the artist's website.