It is hard to believe that Peeping Drexels are in their early twenties. Their music is mature and expansive, expertly shifting between genre and displaying a clear knowhow for writing progressive and interesting guitar music. It comes as no surprise then that they draw influence from a broad musical spectrum, from the dance vibes of Gary Numan and Mr. Fingers to the intensity of Tyler the Creators‘ synth-heavy Cherry Bomb and the maximalist work of Kanye West.
Of the Bad Time EP, So Young Magazine said: “For a band of discontented youths, Peeping Drexels wouldn’t be out of place sat next to acts such as Iceage and Shame, ready-made for your road trip playlists or if you need a soundtrack to barge through the Tuesday commuters.”
Peeping Drexels have received extensive airplay across BBC Radio 6 Music and Radio X as well as press support from the likes of DIY, The Daily Star and Clash.