Monday 1 June 2015


With thanks to Bill Gray Photography
Ralph's been a fan of Manchester trio Peur since catching their debut EP We Can Build Astronauts back in 2013 so it's with great joy that today sees the release of their much vaunted Future Architects EP. Their music has earned them airplay on BBC radio, most recently on the Huw Stephens Radio 1 show, an up-coming visit to The Shift Radio HQ, and a range of independent and commercial FM and internet radio shows including Ralph's Indie Show on Radio KC.

Peur (the French word for fear and pronounced per) are Joe Lomax on guitar/vocals, Ryan Greenhalgh on bass and Sam Tempest on percussion. 

Their influences range from Biffy Clyro to Nine Inch Nails and its clear Peur with their intense industrial sound are trying to create their own personalised vision of music.

Peur produce a captivating and relatively unique style with an aggressive yet fundamentally melodic rock tempo. A hard core British alternative rock sound with shades of QOTSA, making them a potential stand out band on the verge of success. 

With tracks like the impressively anthemic Hollow Skies under their belt it's no surprise they're making an impact on the Manchester Indie scene, so go catch them live at the date below! 


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