Peach Martine Releases New Single, “Romeo and Juliet”

Miami-based artist & songwriter Peach Martine is back today with her fiery new single, “Romeo and Juliet.” 

“Romeo and Juliet” is a pop-punk fantasy. Pairing grungy, high-energy production with Peach’s striking vocals, it’s an untempered, in-your-face anthem that makes you want to scream at the top of your lungs. “‘Romeo and Juliet’ is the perfect song for your chaotic yet awesome love story,” Peach says of her new single. “It’s loud and high energy, with the same wit and flirtatiousness in the lyrics that keeps a relationship’s flame alive.”

At just 19-years-old, Peach has already captured the hearts of millions with her clever, vulnerable songwriting that tackles the highs and lows of being a young woman in today’s world. Highly influenced by her hometown of Cleveland — the ‘Birthplace of Rock N Roll’ — Peach grew up listening to artists such as The Rolling Stones, Led Zeppelin, Dolly Parton, ABBA and The Beatles, as well as modern mainstream acts like Taylor Swift, Lady Gaga and Lana Del Rey, all of which have influenced her unique sound. She plays multiple instruments, including piano, guitar, violin, electric bass and harmonica. At just 16, she was invited on American Idol where she astounded the judges with her original song performance and landed a golden ticket to Hollywood. Still in high school at the time, she decided instead to hit the road with High School Nation, which gave her a glimpse into the life of a touring musician.

Peach made her introduction last year with the release of her debut poem EP, Love, Peachwhich amassed millions of cumulative streams. Already this year, Peach has released her viral TikTok track, “I Would Have Given You The Moon,” and racked up over 2.8 million views on her “True Story” music video which was released in partnership with Facebook. With a dedicated fanbase across Instagram and TikTok, it’s only a matter of time before Peach Martine becomes a household name.
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