Peach Tree Rascals are a five-piece band, creative collective, and extended family of friends who met in high school in San Jose, California. The group is comprised of producer/mixer Dominic "Dom" Pizano, rapper/singers Issac Pech, Tarrek Abdel-Khaliq, Joseph Barros, and creative director Jorge Olazaba. Influenced by music ranging from Kendrick Lamar and Frank Ocean to John Mayer and The Beatles, Peach Tree Rascals' sound is a seamless blend of genres, weaving patterns through dreamy pop, jazz, funk, and rap without ever losing cohesiveness or clarity.
Many of the group are second generation Americans with parents who immigrated from Mexico, the Philippines, and Palestine, and their DIY spirit and unbounded creativity has propelled them from their start in 2018 to millions of streams and a recent label deal with 10K Projects. Their videos are as impressive as their music, with a clear Peach Tree Rascals aesthetic of bright colors, warm tones, and a compelling collective energy.
Get familiar with Peach Tree Rascals and look out for a new song and video, "Things Won't Go My Way," coming out this week, on March 27.