August 7, 2017 |

Peaness release video for ‘Ugly Veg’

Peaness release video for ‘Ugly Veg’

August 7, 2017 |

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Peaness, comically named Chester based indie pop band, have released a music video for their new single Ugly Veg.

The band has created a cute clay stop-motion for the track.

Peaness has said “A lot of our songs come from the conversations we have together. Ugly Veg’ came from a documentary we watched about food waste. We got quite wound up by it so we wrote a song about it!”

Despite the upbeat tone of the music, Ugly Veg carries a somewhat depressing yet important message about how much food is wasted. The song specifically highlights how many vegetables are thrown away because they do not look a certain way. This is shown in the lyrics 'What a waste, same taste. I want to see oceans clean. I want the world to stay green.'

In celebration of the new release, Peaness is selling some exclusive merch over at

https://peanessband.bandcamp.com/merch/ugly-veg-bundle