Fresh from its first spin from Marc Riley as part of last week’s BBC 6 Music live session, Chester based indie pop trio Peaness have debuted a video for their new single, ‘Kaizen’.
This is what bassist Jess Branney said about the song.
“The ideas for ‘Kaizen’ came from a combination of feeling confused and scared about the future of the planet (because let’s be honest, it’s not great) and our love for Japanese culture.
It’s a song to remind myself that with every act of kindness and every crime, we affect the future, and that those choices go on to shape others, and our beautiful planet, long after we’re gone. The word ‘Kaizen’ is a Japanese word that literally translates to ‘change for the good’, and that’s what we’re hoping for.”
You can check out the video for ‘Kaizen’ below.
The band’s new 7″ single, ‘Kaizen/Breakfast’, is out now on Alcopop! Records.
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