ROCK trio Mystic Peach release their eerie new single Wanna Be My Daddy? this week.

It follows on from the Southampton band's debut track Across The Pond and second single The Eye And The Twitch, which enjoyed support from Huw Stephens on BBC Radio 1 , Amy Lamé and Tom Robinson on BBC 6Music and John Kennedy on Radio X.

Wanna Be My Daddy? is a slice of grunge rock that isn’t afraid to tackle the tough questions and confronts vulnerability head on.

Singer Curtis Gale said: “'Wanna Be My Daddy?' is a story of experience about how the comfort in your own sexuality can be threatening to certain people. Small town mentality, prying eyes and assumptions giving rise to the purest form of irony. The questions, the staring and unsubstantiated accusations can go unnoticed even in your busy life. But when people go out of their way to make sure you know, what are you meant to do? I guess this shows how I feel. It's uncomfortable questions for uncomfortable men."

After sharing stages with the likes of Temples, Snapped Ankles and Black Lips and securing coveted spots at The Great Escape Festival and New Colossus Festival before lockdown, the band have been able to hone their bewitching live show, ready to return when the pandemic subsides.

Wanna Be My Daddy? is out now via Honeymooner Records