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Video: Peaches "I Feel Cream"

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If you spent the earlier part of the decade at places like Piccadilly Garden, Soho Lounge or I/O Lounge--all now deceased venues--you are familiar with Peaches. Along with acts like Felix Da Housecat, Miss Kittin, Larry Tee and Tommie Sunshine, she's is pretty much responsible for ushering in the electroclash era. In her latest album, I Feel Cream, she delves a bit back into those roots that made her popular with the underground set. Friday, she is set to take the stage at Revolution and show why at 42 years old and four albums later, she is still on top of her game.

Above is the recently release video for the title track from her latest release. At first it sounds like Peaches at her most reserved, but listen carefully and you'll see that she's just as nasty as ever.

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