Emarosa - Peach Club

Emarosa - Peach Club album wiki, reviews
Artist:   Emarosa
Album Name:   Peach Club
Genre:   Alternative
Tracks:   11
Relase Date:   08 February 2019
Country:   USA

Peach Club (Emarosa) Album Songs


Song TitleTime
1.Givin' Up 3:10
2.Don't Cry 3:11
3.Cautious 3:15
4.Get Back Up 3:10
5.So Bad 3:29
6.Help You Out 3:42
7.Xo 2:33
8.Hell of It 3:27
9.Comfortable 3:25
10.Iw2dwy 3:11
11.Wait, Stay 4:00

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Peach Club (Emarosa) Album Reviews

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  • @$#% nicknames
    1 stars
    Dead Like Deaf Havana. Seriously, what the Hell is so wrong with a guitar?
  • Janey32
    1 stars
    What happened.... Since when did they turn pop..not the band I know and love. Shame...
  • Small town kid
    5 stars
    Gold. This is so good
  • C.R.Warren
    5 stars
    80’s Vibes are the Best Kind. The singles got me interested, the album kept me hooked. You guys have tested everywhere but a new constant in your mix is groove and it’s fantastic. Love the album. Lyrically hits you, musically soothes you. Fantastic and I can’t wait for the follow up EP
  • Knight3353
    5 stars
    Wind in the sail. Listen, Craig is gone. Emarosa is not a new band, it’s been around as long as DGD has been. I’m glad that they’ve moved on, as long as DGD stays true, Emarosa can be as experimental as they like. I dig the bubble gum, I hope they keep chewing.
  • Alessiolouis
    5 stars
    this album will make them famous. I like the change... like A LOT
  • alliesaurousREX
    5 stars
    Bands change, get over it.. This album is a bop. So Bad and Cautious are my jams. Great job, boys.
  • Death free
    1 stars
    Maroon 5. We never asked for this 🤦🏻‍♂️
  • das-nimble
    3 stars
    The 80's are back. If you like 80's pop this this is a good listen but need to think of it as a different band. If you want to hear new Emarosa then this is not somthing for old fans to get excited about. This is the type of album you do as a side project.
  • OCGOONER
    5 stars
    Haters gonna hate. This is better than their old stuff. Really loving the new album. Lol at everyone throwing tantrums
  • Hailie J
    4 stars
    Potential. I enjoyed the album but feel a bit underwhelmed. Givin up was an absolute hit. When they released that as the single I was so excited about the rest of the album. I was expecting the rest of the album to follow suit, energy wise. There was definitely other good songs on the album, but none of them matched Givin up’s level/energy. Other songs had some upbeat-ness to them, like Cautious or So Bad, but nothing was close to Givin up and I just feel like there was potential missed. They obviously can pull off the sound and I wished they would’ve taken the opportunity to capitalize on it a bit more with this album. Overall though the sound of everything is great, can’t wait to see where this road takes them!
  • Never2MuchMusic
    5 stars
    Great sound!!!. This is the best album yet! Keep it up !
  • Dave 6666
    1 stars
    What??????. Go back to the studio.....Listen to any of your other recordings....then listen to this ...I mean it is terrible I have never posted a bad review but this was deserving of my opinion and evidently others
  • Falling 4 FIASCAO!
    2 stars
    Grammy record!!!. I see Emarosa climbing the pop charts and me climbing into bed crying
  • Braggley
    5 stars
    I hate when bands change.... BUT OMG! That’s all I’ve got.. gotta go back to jammin 🍑♣️
  • Can't believe it!
    1 stars
    Too commercial!. Where are the guitar and drums??? Lame.
  • LukeCable9
    5 stars
    Haters gonna hate. Love the new style. George Michael might have possessed Bradley and it’s great. 😂
  • brianCO.
    5 stars
    It’s not for you, it’s for them. Art is made for the artist; not the consumer. Love it or hate it - you contributed 0%. Art was made before, and will be made long after you. Personally I think this is dope record.
  • Blahhhhhhhlalala
    2 stars
    Ehh... Please go back... The last two albums were amazing! This is far from their sound. 🥺
  • Gil626
    5 stars
    Thank you!. I've been listening to Emarosa for over a decade and it's great to grow with there music! Keep it up guys come to Montana
  • Mike4121
    5 stars
    Beautiful. I love it. Absolute vibes and is a great mood. Don’t get it and you won’t be with the move.
  • mkirk1995
    5 stars
    I'm a fan. The band has gone through more member changes than almost any other group out there, so you can't blame them for just trying to start a new. I'm a big fan, in my opinion it's pop-rock done right.
  • FeRnoir
    1 stars
    Trash. Trash🚽🚽🚽🚽🚽🚽🚽
  • Evan144
    2 stars
    I’m all for change, but.... I am not digging this. This does feel like an avenue that was possible for after 131, but was hoping it wasn’t the road travelled down. It just feels like white people trying to imitate Michael Jackson with some heavier instrumentation. And for people saying “if you don’t have anything good to say, save it” what is the point of reviewing if people only review positively? The music is cool, that’s why I give it a 2 (2.5) but feel the musicians are holding back on what they’re capable of. The vocals just feel contrived and forced...another guy showing that he spent lots of time in his room listening to falsettos and trying to perfect it. The lyrics are very mediocre, and overall, this just falls flat. 131 was a phenomenal step forward in what could be possible POST hardcore. This...well...it just feels like a bump in the road. Sadly, with they’re departure from their old style, I must depart from any new music from them if it remains like this.
  • AntBlight
    5 stars
    A bop.. The guys did it again. Constantly evolving their sound. This is totally biased, I feel In love with Peach Club before it was out. Hearing some of the songs live only helped further that love. Its a great album. Forget what you thought you knew about Emarosa.
  • Danianibobani
    5 stars
    ❤️. This album is amazing. Every song is catchy! Great upgrade to their sound
  • adleisia
    5 stars
    🔥🔥🔥🔥🔥. Love love love the new sound. This album is EVERYTHING. I could listen to Givin’ Up all day. Keep this up!!
  • AmandaC14
    5 stars
    Change is a good thing. Although all Emarosa albums have had hits, this band just keeps getting better and better. They grow in each album sounding different than the last which is amazing for a band to be able to do. This specific album though has changed in such a way that hits have easily become my favorite ever from this band. This has such a fun 80s vibe! Easily became my favorite album of theirs within hours of release.
  • Daycare invader
    1 stars
    0/5. Bradley was a cool dude with cool views but he chased the whole radio killed the video star theme to hard and has feel short losing the edge the previous albums gave us from him as a new singer. It’s generic and vanilla now.
  • cinori_
    2 stars
    I expected a better genre change. I've loved Emarosa since their first album, I think Bradley's involvement in the band has really improved it. The two previous full albums before this were perfect, they had such an atmosphere and a purpose. But this album seems to lack in a couple ways. A minor thing is the way that they seem to want to drop their past as if never happened, getting rid of the fox theme and saying genre's are dead. I get that a change is good for bands, but it's been done so much better by many others. This album just lacks their previous talents, it's gone for a more pop styled genre which I can respect, but it was just done poorly. There isn't much evolution in the songs, they are all pretty standard and don't change. I get choruses are a way to hook people, but most of the songs just consist of a chorus, I've found myself getting bored of the songs because they repeated so much. I do think their next album will be great if they are able to continue to evolve this new change. But as it stands now, I'm not a huge fan of this. They went for a mass appeal sound and lost a lot of their older fans. This kind of music doesn't last, pop music is so plenty it all gets lost in short spans of time. It just reminds me of what Weezer is doing as well. Just because you want to get noticed doesn't mean you should sacrifice your quality.
  • Ryrod_16
    5 stars
    Great Album!. Emarosa has changed its sound over the years but honestly this change is not only amazing but it shows their skills as musicians to be able to change their genre like that! This album is amazing and I wasn’t even a fan of the genre before but I love it now!
  • RyGuyYNWA
    5 stars
    Surprise..... Yeah not at all what I expected, but your lying to yourself if you don’t like that sound, or you just hate life. I like the hard stuff as much as the next Job For a Cowboy roadie but you can’t deny it’s tender tunage pop appeal
  • Lakers2224
    3 stars
    Change is fine. Just not when it’s hard to tell it’s even the same band. Change all you want, just don’t make it hard for fans to recognize you because you changed so much
  • *Pixiedust*
    5 stars
    The wait is over. After a long wait for the new album it definitely does not disappoint! Fresh sound that makes you want to move, but still maintains the raw emotion that makes the band so relatable. Thanks!
  • Kill twill
    5 stars
    New direction = 🔥🔥🔥🔥🔥. Change is good! Especially for this band. Excited for the rest of the songs to be released!
  • RobbMartin
    1 stars
    wha?. this is HORRIBLE. sorry...this is so far from excusable. how in the world you released this is a slap in the face to fans.
  • keepitgenre
    1 stars
    Very different. Lost their sound. It’s pop soul in “giving up”. Not the same genre of music as they were before. Very disappointed
  • scottdani0505
    5 stars
    So good. These songs are so freaking catchy. Love the new direction
  • Sjoskdnddnmd
    5 stars
    It’s good. I don’t care what anyone says, this is poppin
  • Eugene Orr
    2 stars
    Generic. This is pretty generic pop designed for the radio. New bands should be more adventurous, music like this is fleeting.
  • rccrest
    5 stars
    Already. Release more already!!!
  • Femur the steamer
    5 stars
    Finally 😭. The teasing they’ve been doing is too much to bear
  • @$#% nicknames
    1 stars
    Dead Like Deaf Havana. Seriously, what the Hell is so wrong with a guitar?
  • Janey32
    1 stars
    What happened.... Since when did they turn pop..not the band I know and love. Shame...
  • Small town kid
    5 stars
    Gold. This is so good
  • C.R.Warren
    5 stars
    80’s Vibes are the Best Kind. The singles got me interested, the album kept me hooked. You guys have tested everywhere but a new constant in your mix is groove and it’s fantastic. Love the album. Lyrically hits you, musically soothes you. Fantastic and I can’t wait for the follow up EP
  • Knight3353
    5 stars
    Wind in the sail. Listen, Craig is gone. Emarosa is not a new band, it’s been around as long as DGD has been. I’m glad that they’ve moved on, as long as DGD stays true, Emarosa can be as experimental as they like. I dig the bubble gum, I hope they keep chewing.
  • Alessiolouis
    5 stars
    this album will make them famous. I like the change... like A LOT
  • alliesaurousREX
    5 stars
    Bands change, get over it.. This album is a bop. So Bad and Cautious are my jams. Great job, boys.
  • Death free
    1 stars
    Maroon 5. We never asked for this 🤦🏻‍♂️
  • das-nimble
    3 stars
    The 80's are back. If you like 80's pop this this is a good listen but need to think of it as a different band. If you want to hear new Emarosa then this is not somthing for old fans to get excited about. This is the type of album you do as a side project.
  • OCGOONER
    5 stars
    Haters gonna hate. This is better than their old stuff. Really loving the new album. Lol at everyone throwing tantrums
  • Hailie J
    4 stars
    Potential. I enjoyed the album but feel a bit underwhelmed. Givin up was an absolute hit. When they released that as the single I was so excited about the rest of the album. I was expecting the rest of the album to follow suit, energy wise. There was definitely other good songs on the album, but none of them matched Givin up’s level/energy. Other songs had some upbeat-ness to them, like Cautious or So Bad, but nothing was close to Givin up and I just feel like there was potential missed. They obviously can pull off the sound and I wished they would’ve taken the opportunity to capitalize on it a bit more with this album. Overall though the sound of everything is great, can’t wait to see where this road takes them!
  • Never2MuchMusic
    5 stars
    Great sound!!!. This is the best album yet! Keep it up !
  • Dave 6666
    1 stars
    What??????. Go back to the studio.....Listen to any of your other recordings....then listen to this ...I mean it is terrible I have never posted a bad review but this was deserving of my opinion and evidently others
  • Falling 4 FIASCAO!
    2 stars
    Grammy record!!!. I see Emarosa climbing the pop charts and me climbing into bed crying
  • Braggley
    5 stars
    I hate when bands change.... BUT OMG! That’s all I’ve got.. gotta go back to jammin 🍑♣️
  • Can't believe it!
    1 stars
    Too commercial!. Where are the guitar and drums??? Lame.
  • LukeCable9
    5 stars
    Haters gonna hate. Love the new style. George Michael might have possessed Bradley and it’s great. 😂
  • brianCO.
    5 stars
    It’s not for you, it’s for them. Art is made for the artist; not the consumer. Love it or hate it - you contributed 0%. Art was made before, and will be made long after you. Personally I think this is dope record.
  • Blahhhhhhhlalala
    2 stars
    Ehh... Please go back... The last two albums were amazing! This is far from their sound. 🥺
  • Gil626
    5 stars
    Thank you!. I've been listening to Emarosa for over a decade and it's great to grow with there music! Keep it up guys come to Montana
  • Mike4121
    5 stars
    Beautiful. I love it. Absolute vibes and is a great mood. Don’t get it and you won’t be with the move.
  • mkirk1995
    5 stars
    I'm a fan. The band has gone through more member changes than almost any other group out there, so you can't blame them for just trying to start a new. I'm a big fan, in my opinion it's pop-rock done right.
  • FeRnoir
    1 stars
    Trash. Trash🚽🚽🚽🚽🚽🚽🚽
  • Evan144
    2 stars
    I’m all for change, but.... I am not digging this. This does feel like an avenue that was possible for after 131, but was hoping it wasn’t the road travelled down. It just feels like white people trying to imitate Michael Jackson with some heavier instrumentation. And for people saying “if you don’t have anything good to say, save it” what is the point of reviewing if people only review positively? The music is cool, that’s why I give it a 2 (2.5) but feel the musicians are holding back on what they’re capable of. The vocals just feel contrived and forced...another guy showing that he spent lots of time in his room listening to falsettos and trying to perfect it. The lyrics are very mediocre, and overall, this just falls flat. 131 was a phenomenal step forward in what could be possible POST hardcore. This...well...it just feels like a bump in the road. Sadly, with they’re departure from their old style, I must depart from any new music from them if it remains like this.
  • AntBlight
    5 stars
    A bop.. The guys did it again. Constantly evolving their sound. This is totally biased, I feel In love with Peach Club before it was out. Hearing some of the songs live only helped further that love. Its a great album. Forget what you thought you knew about Emarosa.
  • Danianibobani
    5 stars
    ❤️. This album is amazing. Every song is catchy! Great upgrade to their sound
  • adleisia
    5 stars
    🔥🔥🔥🔥🔥. Love love love the new sound. This album is EVERYTHING. I could listen to Givin’ Up all day. Keep this up!!
  • AmandaC14
    5 stars
    Change is a good thing. Although all Emarosa albums have had hits, this band just keeps getting better and better. They grow in each album sounding different than the last which is amazing for a band to be able to do. This specific album though has changed in such a way that hits have easily become my favorite ever from this band. This has such a fun 80s vibe! Easily became my favorite album of theirs within hours of release.
  • Daycare invader
    1 stars
    0/5. Bradley was a cool dude with cool views but he chased the whole radio killed the video star theme to hard and has feel short losing the edge the previous albums gave us from him as a new singer. It’s generic and vanilla now.
  • cinori_
    2 stars
    I expected a better genre change. I've loved Emarosa since their first album, I think Bradley's involvement in the band has really improved it. The two previous full albums before this were perfect, they had such an atmosphere and a purpose. But this album seems to lack in a couple ways. A minor thing is the way that they seem to want to drop their past as if never happened, getting rid of the fox theme and saying genre's are dead. I get that a change is good for bands, but it's been done so much better by many others. This album just lacks their previous talents, it's gone for a more pop styled genre which I can respect, but it was just done poorly. There isn't much evolution in the songs, they are all pretty standard and don't change. I get choruses are a way to hook people, but most of the songs just consist of a chorus, I've found myself getting bored of the songs because they repeated so much. I do think their next album will be great if they are able to continue to evolve this new change. But as it stands now, I'm not a huge fan of this. They went for a mass appeal sound and lost a lot of their older fans. This kind of music doesn't last, pop music is so plenty it all gets lost in short spans of time. It just reminds me of what Weezer is doing as well. Just because you want to get noticed doesn't mean you should sacrifice your quality.
  • Ryrod_16
    5 stars
    Great Album!. Emarosa has changed its sound over the years but honestly this change is not only amazing but it shows their skills as musicians to be able to change their genre like that! This album is amazing and I wasn’t even a fan of the genre before but I love it now!
  • RyGuyYNWA
    5 stars
    Surprise..... Yeah not at all what I expected, but your lying to yourself if you don’t like that sound, or you just hate life. I like the hard stuff as much as the next Job For a Cowboy roadie but you can’t deny it’s tender tunage pop appeal
  • Lakers2224
    3 stars
    Change is fine. Just not when it’s hard to tell it’s even the same band. Change all you want, just don’t make it hard for fans to recognize you because you changed so much
  • *Pixiedust*
    5 stars
    The wait is over. After a long wait for the new album it definitely does not disappoint! Fresh sound that makes you want to move, but still maintains the raw emotion that makes the band so relatable. Thanks!
  • Kill twill
    5 stars
    New direction = 🔥🔥🔥🔥🔥. Change is good! Especially for this band. Excited for the rest of the songs to be released!
  • RobbMartin
    1 stars
    wha?. this is HORRIBLE. sorry...this is so far from excusable. how in the world you released this is a slap in the face to fans.
  • keepitgenre
    1 stars
    Very different. Lost their sound. It’s pop soul in “giving up”. Not the same genre of music as they were before. Very disappointed
  • scottdani0505
    5 stars
    So good. These songs are so freaking catchy. Love the new direction
  • Sjoskdnddnmd
    5 stars
    It’s good. I don’t care what anyone says, this is poppin
  • Eugene Orr
    2 stars
    Generic. This is pretty generic pop designed for the radio. New bands should be more adventurous, music like this is fleeting.
  • rccrest
    5 stars
    Already. Release more already!!!
  • Femur the steamer
    5 stars
    Finally 😭. The teasing they’ve been doing is too much to bear

Emarosa - Peach Club Album Wiki

Peach Club is the fifth studio album by American rock band Emarosa, released on February 8, 2019, on Hopeless Records. It serves as a follow-up to the band's fourth studio album, 131 (2016) and shows the band's venture towards pop, synth-pop, and pop rock elements, further departing from their early post-hardcore sound. The lead single, "Givin' Up", was released on November 16, 2018. The second single, "Don't Cry", was released on January 8, 2019. Two more promotional singles, "Cautious" and "Get Back Up", were released to promote the album. In support of the album, the band toured with other groups such as Hands Like Houses and Set It Off and embarked on a headlining 2019 tour..