Peach PRC claims that guys can’t love “Like A Girl Does” on new single


Nearly five years ago, Australian newcomer Peach PRC joined TikTok and started uploading viral content. Fans were simply drawn to her videos that touched on self-care, comedy, and music. After sharing a clip of her first single, “Blondes,” it was on. The official release racked up over 14 million streams on Spotify, which indicated that Peach PRC was onto something monumental. She followed up the release with tracks like “Colourblind” and “Josh,” each also pulling in millions of streams. When she dropped the single “God Is A Freak” in 2022, everyone was talking about it, including pop icons like Billie Eilish and Justin Tranter. Where could she possibly go from there?

Answering this question in style, Peach PRC released the Manic Dream Pixie EP in April of this year. It went to number one on the ARIA albums chart, received multiple ARIA Award nominations, and earned notable acclaim from tastemakers like NME and Wonderland. Aside from the success with the EP, Peach PRC also saw success through various tours and festivals. She performed on a sold-out headline tour across Australia, North America, and the United Kingdom, making her a strong nominee for Music Act of the Year at this year’s TikTok Awards. She also performed at Splendour in the Grass, Spilt Milk, and Spin Off Festival, taking the world by storm.

It is clear that 2023 has been Peach PRC’s year, but she can’t close it out before releasing the intoxicating “Like A Girl Does.” A true pop tune with fast-moving beats, glossy vocals, cheeky lyrics, and a club-like energy, “Like A Girl Does” flaunts the power of Peach PRC’s artistry. Throughout the track, she observes the way that guys are inferior to girls in the love department, from the way they touch to the way they fuck. In the end, they could never love “like a girl does,” which she mentions in the catchy, singable choruses. You can check it out below.

You can listen to “Like A Girl Does” on platforms like SoundCloud, Apple Music, and Spotify.

Keep up with Peach PRC: Instagram // X // Facebook // TikTok // YouTube // Website

Christine Sloman
Christine Sloman
Writer for Melodic Mag since 2018. Music lover since always.

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