Peaness Release Video For New Single 'Kaizen'
Chester-based three piece Indie-Pop band Peaness are delighted to reveal the video for their new single ‘Kaizen’ which is out now on 7” vinyl and all good digital service providers, accompanied by previously-released B-side ‘Breakfast’. ‘Kaizen’ comes with a relentlessly upbeat video—a lighthearted dose of typical Pea-positivity that contains mountains of Japanese pop-culture references taken from video gaming and movie culture, and belies the deeper meaning of the track, as guitarist Jess explains: "The ideas for Kaizen came from a combination of feeling confused and scared about the future of the planet (because let’s be honest, it’s not great) and our love for Japanese culture.
"It’s a song to remind myself that with every act of kindness and every crime, we affect the future, and that those choices go on to shape others, and our beautiful planet, long after we're gone. The word ‘Kaizen’ is a Japanese word that literally translates to ‘change for the good’, and that’s what we're hoping for."