Peach Tree Rascals are four musketeers who make music for carpe-diem purposes. Made up of Dominic “Dom” Pizano (producer/mixer), Isaac Pech (singer/rapper), Tarrek Abdel-Khaliq (singer/rapper), Joseph Barros (singer/rapper) and Jorge Olazaba (creative director), the quartet come from a second-generation American background from all over the world – Mexico, Philippines, and Palestine. Their latest single “Summa” is a laidback, chill track that exemplifies the spirit of the youthful warm season where our brains are too fried to worry about anything, but our creativity is on fire to do all kinds of bad decisions:
“We made ‘Summa’ late one night on one of our first writing trips to LA,” shared Isaac. “When I think of summer it reminds of long days and long nights doing stupid shit with my friends,” Joseph added. “During this time of the year I’m always living care free and all the other things on my mind go on hold. I always had this mindset of living out my youth while it lasts especially in the ‘Summa.'”
Since their inception, Peach Tree Rascals have self-released their own work last year and have already amassed more than 10 million streams to date. But this didn’t happen overnight – the quartet has gone through all kinds of random jobs (Red Lobster, local print shop) to fund their own project. This self-made maestros are currently pushing the boundaries of their sound and working on new music, so stay tuned.
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