Tusks hits out at up-skirting in impassioned new single, 'Peachy Keen' | Featured - Music Crowns

Tusks hits out at up-skirting in impassioned new single, ‘Peachy Keen’

British songwriter Tusks, aka Emily Underhill, has dropped her electrifying and empowering new single, ‘Peachy Keen’, taken from her forthcoming album Avalanche.

Focusing on female repression and prevalent systematic sexism in modern society, the track drew inspiration from the recent passing of legislation in the UK which sees upskirting become a criminal offence.

Speaking about the track, Underhill said: “Peachy Keen started as a sarcastic response to the MP Christopher Chope when he blocked the recent up-skirting bill in parliament, but it quickly evolved into a song documenting the inherent sexism and patriarchy, which I and so many other people experience on a daily basis.”

Tusks’ sophomore record Avalanche drops out 14th June, and you can catch her performing it live at her Village Underground headline show on 26th November.

Madeleine Dunne

While studying multimedia journalism at Glasgow Caledonian University, Madeleine began writing for several publications including Transistor, Vegan Connections, and GigSlutz. In 2018, she became the music editor for Vegan Connections before joining the Music Crowns team as a staff writer and digital assistant. @kohlgrrl

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