A is for America ... where PEACH have become absolutely huge and are currently the most played British group on the American radio.
B is for Bittersweet ... “That describes our music”, says a third of Peach, LISA LAMB. “It’s pure pop with romance, tears, love and laughter - there’s an up and down side to our songs”.
C is for Cancel ... “I had to cancel my holiday in Jamaica and do promotion for the band in the US!”
D is for Diving onto ...
F is for Fruit Bowl ... “That’s how we thought of our name” laughs Lisa, “we were looking for inspiration and we saw the fruit bowl with one mouldy peach in it!”
M for Married ... “Being in a band is like being in a marriage”, says Lisa, “you bicker sometimes, but generally you get along.” Moving on to ...
P for PASCAL and PAUL ... the other Peaches. “We met in an art gallery exhibiting paintings of poo!” Holding our noses until we reach ...
R for being Recognised ... everywhere in America! “It’s great when I go back to Britain, cos I can go to the supermarket looking really scruffy!” says Lisa. Rushing on to ...
W for Workaholic! ... “We’re a hardworking band”, says Lisa. Working they way to ...
Z is for Zillions of pounds! ... “I hope we make loads of money”, wishes Lisa. “I’d spend it all on beauty treatments!

Pre-pear to go bananas over Peach!

Who? Lisa Lamb, Pascal Gabriel and Paul Statham. The three nutters who together are fruity newcomers Peach met in a snoot art gallery, chatting about Pulp and the Grease soundtrack!

And? They’re already huge in America, getting more airplay than the Spice Girls! Lisa’s thrilled, telling us, “I’ve wanted to be a pop star since I was a little girl. I figured everyone would be nice to me and I’d never get in trouble!”

Well, you’re a pop star now, Lisa, but we’re not sure about the never-getting-in-trouble bit!

Peach’s new single, On My Own, is out on November 17.