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Portrait of The Peppermint Apes

The Peppermint Apes

About The Peppermint Apes

Basildon, United Kingdom

The now five piece band from the wilds of Essex, delivers a unique brand of pop rock with melodic guitar solos, orgasmic four part vocals, mind blowing keyboards, and with a drummer that can only be described as superb! These guys deliver musicianship expected from players much older than their tender years!The main song writer Ryan Stanton draws a heavy influence from the likes of Keane, The Kooks, Scouting for girls, Muse, The Beatles,, Kevin Montgomery and The Feeling! The boys have had an amazing ride these past three years! Highlights include t v on Fox 7 Austin Texas, and Fearless t v, in New York! They have played the world famous Americana festival two years running, and the I P O international pop overthrow festival four times! Twice at The Cavern, Liverpool, once in New York and also in 2011 in London. The guys have built up a loyal fan base not only the UK, but also in Belgium and France where they play as often as they can! The Peppermint Apes were approached by independent film maker Sadie Kaye in 2010 to provide three songs for her fantastic documentary "SAILING MISS SADIE" On the back of this success Sadie asked Ryan to write a song for her film "TUCKERS LUCK" And the guys were honoured to be filmed with Sadie performing the track in their very own studios. The track, "BE MY FRIEND" has been put forward with possible inclusion for the "ROCK BAND" electronic game for all console's  They continue to have radio play the world over! In April 2010 the guys were asked to perform unplugged for Janice Long on BBC radio 2,


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Portrait of The Peppermint Apes
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