Tusks kicks back at up-skirting with her new single, ‘Peachy Keen’ – the first from her second album

New full-length ‘Avalanche’ is due in June.

Tusks is back with a new single, the first from her upcoming second album – check out ‘Peachy Keen’ below.

“Peachy Keen started as a sarcastic response to the MP Christopher Chope when he blocked the recent up-skirting bill in parliament,” she says, “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.”

The follow-up to debut ‘Dissolve’, ‘Avalanche’ arrives on 14th June. She’ll also play London’s Village Underground on 26th November.

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