London trio Peluché, with members: Amy, Sophie and Rhapsody, release their debut album Unforgettable via new label One Little Indian, Pioneers of a genre called ‘Trip Jam’ which fuses elements of Latin, funk, psychedelia, soul and hip-hop music, Peluché are a troupe of intrepid troubadours whose freewheeling artistry have already pegged them as a standout force in London’s rapidly diversifying sound. They’ve already had praise from Noisey, i-D, Q, NME and The Line of Best Fit, having opened shows for the likes of Pumarosa, Everything Everything, Ghostpoet, Loyle Carner, Glass Animals, Flamingods, Ibibio Sound Machine and Boxed In. All self-taught musicians, they formed in 2014 through a beautiful stranger in a customer service encounter and quickly formed a strong musical bond through their love of jamming. Peluché jam in their self-built studio space in a garden shed, and always record the foundations of tracks live. Their songwriting is jam-based and their live shows are partially improvised and draw you into their unusual world. Their live video series, The Shed Sessions, show an insight into this musical realm and have allowed the band to share new music and visuals directly to their fans. Peluché have also had a previous single on Dan Carey’s Speedy Wunderground label, and have just finished their debut album, due to be released on One Little Indian in autumn.