Crooked & Crazy by Peach Kelli Pop

Allie Hanlon’s “sunshine punk” PEACH KELLI POP returns after 2 years with a 6 song EP, Which Witch, available exclusively at independent record shops for RSD 2018 via Mint Records. Today the band shared a video for the first single, “Crooked & Crazy”

In December 2017, Hanlon spent a week in her hometown of Ottawa, Canada. She recorded the EP in just four days, utilizing the dust-coated equipment left in her bedroom after she emigrated to the United States in 2013. “I really benefited from being in the specific home, and even room where I learned to play music when I was growing up.”

Which Witch is akin to the Redd Kross’ Posh Boy EP – both have 6 songs, each close to a minute long. All 4 members of Peach Kelli Pop are outspoken Redd Kross fans; which comes as no surprise: the band is named after a Redd Kross song. Hanlon, originally a drummer (most notably from the White Wires), plays unadorned, archetypal punk drums, layers them with fuzzy, at times warbling guitars, elaborate basslines, and layers of fervent vocals.


A1. Pitch Black
A2. Shine
A3. Rocky Mountains
B4. Los Angeles
B5. Crooked & Crazy
B6. Drug Store’s Symbol of Happiness