“Peach Fuzz” is a ditty coupled to an upbeat instrumental (that includes a quiet "backing" chant). The combination of parts leads to another blogworthy single from Caamp. The ditty portion of “Peach Fuzz” is slightly more than two minutes long, as it professes love and describes the little things that bring joy. The instrumental portion begins with pounding percussion that is joined by guitar and then the backing vocals, until an unassuming banjo is introduced at the end of the song. It isn’t an overly complicated single; rather, it’s a song that is masterful in its simplicity.
Caamp is preparing to tour in support of the album “By and By” (out now on Mom + Pop Music). For listening and buying options, go to http://smarturl.it/Caamp_ByandBy. Among the tour stops is the band’s third visit to San Francisco (Caamp was at SF’s Outside Lands Festival in 2019). The full tour schedule is included at the bottom of this post – below the lyrics of “Peach Fuzz.” Quoting content kindly sent to us by Dana +Meg at Grandstand Media:
Caamp kicks off a major US headlining tour on September 24th. After selling out their December 10th Brooklyn Steel show, they added a second night on December 11th. Fresh off a victorious performance at Outside Lands, they have also announced a new show at The Fillmore in San Francisco on October 21st. Other tour highlights include multi-night stints at Thalia Hall in Chicago, The Basement East in Nashville, Royale in Boston and Newport Music Hall in their hometown of Columbus, Ohio
Caamp is Taylor Meier (lead vocals, guitar, drums), Evan Westfall (banjo, vocals, guitar, drums), and Matt Vinson (bass, guitar, vocals).