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Peach Tree Rascals shares new single & music video “Things Won’t Go My Way”

 

LA’s Peach Tree Rascals shares “Things Won’t Go My Way,” their first single with 10K/Homemade Projects (Trippie Redd, Surfaces). The new track displays another layer to PTR’s soundscape with graceful riffs, poignant melodies, and impassioned lyrics. However, while the band finds a new euphoric sound to explore, the single still feels as gritty and dynamic as previous outings have shown.

Such as life, “Things Won’t Go My Way” moves at a hasty pace, navigating through sharp sonic turns and emotive vocal deliveries it presents along the path. Narratively, the track relates to the transitory nature of life, how things are often out of your control, and not letting self-doubt get the best of you.

Peach Tree Rascals reveals this of their new single:
“This song is special to us because it reminds us of something that’s often difficult to put into words. We always try to justify that there’s a particular thing preventing us from doing something, but at the end of the day – it always comes down to the fact that it’s a mindset and you’re often preventing yourself from getting where you want to be. We think everyone has a moment where they experience self-doubt, or like they’re not able to perform their best. When we wrote this song, we thought a lot about how there are people, or how your own mind will try to drag you down and make you feel like you’re not good enough. In the end, we’re all just trying our best and it’s about acknowledging that, knowing that we’ve all been there and felt that and that you can turn that feeling into something positive.”

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