Peanut Butter Lovesicle are a band made up of 2 Jersey-bred brothers, Jake & Mike D'Arc, and their cousin, Timmy Miller who somehow effortlessly manage to combine the Classic Rock bravado of Led Zeppelin with Cage The Elephant's brand of Country-Rock SWAG. "In The Zone"'s opening riff reminds me a little bit of The Cars' smash hit, "Good Times Roll" (1979); While the lead track was just released to the masses yesterday, Peanut Butter Lovesicle plan to liberate it's companion EP, Dirty Pride nation-wide on Sept. 25th. The band's new EP was "recorded in an 1869-built church in Hudson, NY using 2-inch tape, few overdubs, and minimal digital." Production work was handled by Henry Hirsch, who's previously worked with the likes of Lenny Kravitz, Mick Jagger, and
PBL UPDATE: "We are actually playing a pre-release show at Yesterday's on Saturday night [Sept. 22nd] in South Jersey as a warm up to our NYC release shows! We will have the new CD's before they come out... It's in Marmora and we go on at 9PM. We'll play a few mixed sets and one set will be the pure [Dirty Pride] EP set. If you're around, check it out!"