July 19, 2011

Peach Kelli Pop :: Peach Kelli Pop

This past spring, Infinity Cat Records re-issued the debut LP from Peach Kelli Pop: the solo project of Allie Hanlon. Hanlon, who also plays drums in Ottawa punk band White Wires, has nestled herself here in a cozy niche of lo-fi and 50s-inspired girl group pop and rock that's as hilariously simple as it is fearsomely addictive. Originally put out by Ontario’s Going Gaga Records, the repressing from the Nashville-based and JEFF The Brotherhood-run Infinity Cat imprint should deliver this static-ridden and crackly work of bubblegum art to a deservedly larger audience. From the steam-rolled, carefree punk of "Do The Egg Roll" to the ukulele-strummed closer "Eenie Meenie Minie Moe," Hanlon will have you singing and bobbing along in no time.

Order the LP from Infinity Cat.

Peach Kelli Pop - "Doo Wah Diddy" (from Peach Kelli Pop)
Peach Kelli Pop - "Do The Egg Roll" (from Peach Kelli Pop)

After the jump, watch the perfectly-executed video for "Do The Egg Roll."

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