Premiere: Peh Per Ghost – Submerge / Submerge (Eyedress remix)

Five Easy Pieces debut a new song from the alt pop singer, and a radical transformation by Eyedress.


Peh Per Ghost is an experimental pop musician and singer signed to British independent label Five Easy Pieces. Operating out of a bedroom studio in Hackney, London, Peh Per Ghost has whipped together four tracks for his official debut EP, 'Peep Holes', a short player that apparently takes its inspiration from round-the-clock news culture and philosopher Jacques Derrida. More inspirations like this, please. 

We're premiering Submerge, one of the songs from said EP, here at Dummy alongside a remix from up-and-coming electronic musician Eyedress. Submerge is a neat little song that unfolds slowly (by the end it's exploded into a guitar riff that makes it sounds something like a Soundcloud-era update of New Order). The Eyedress remix is a different beast entirely – the Filipino musician's rework is a radical transformation, a darker version that plays out in half time, coming across like a phantom echo of the original.

You can listen to both the original and remix below, and "peep" (sorry) the tracklist of the 'Peep Holes' EP.


01. Tin Can Calm
02. Fall Out
03. Submerge
04. Blunt Needles, Scratch Video
05. Submerge (Eyedress remix) [iTunes only]

Five Easy Pieces release the 'Peep Holes' EP on February 10th 2014.

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