I gave some quick questions to Jess, bassist/singer in Cheshire indie trio Peaness.
What is your favourite live venue and why?
“My favourite live venue…hmmm…I have a few, but I’ll go with a local venue here in Chester called Telfords Warehouse. It sounds great on stage and out front, all the staff are super nice, they look after you, pay you, feed you, and it’s always full of our buddies. All the bands here in Chester support each other and it’s just a lovely place to hang out together, plus it’s above the canal!”
Are there any venues you would love to play?
“We would have loved to have played The Kazimier in Liverpool before it got knocked down to build stupid flats.”
What was the last album you bought and on what format?
“It was Margaret Glaspy’s “Emotions and Math” on 12 inch vinyl.”
If you could support any act, who would it be?
“The Beatles 1963 – 1966.”
The closing track on your EP is ‘Ugly Veg’ – what is the track about? And what are each of your least favourite vegetables?
“Ugly Veg is about how our beautiful planet is dying right before our eyes but no one really seems to be doing anything about it. My least favourite vegetable? I’m really not into sweet corn. Peas and love to all. “
Peaness’ latest EP ‘Are You Sure’ is out now. Watch the video for ‘Same Place’ below: