Peacock Affect started when I wrote a song called ‘Wallflower’.
I remember sitting in my room writing the Stephen Chbosky influenced song and turning up to the recording studio and struggling to sing because I was a semi developed sixteen year old; my voice hadn’t matured properly, but we did enough singing takes to get it right. Little did I know that Peacock Affect would go on to be a much larger role in my life both emotionally and cooperatively with the place I recorded all of my songs. In a frenzied state I went on to finish my first self titled album, unintentionally laced with scatty rhythms, jazz chords and unusual song structures. Since then I’ve matured and changed allot as a person and so has my music. I continue to make music I love and I’m proud of, it’s a big part of my life and I can’t imagine myself without it. I wrote a song called ‘Who Cares If You Exist’ that I had no idea would snowball in popularity in the way that it has and I’m particularly proud of songs such as Pictures of Skyla , Lullaby and my latest release Cinemas. My name is George Holman, I’m twenty four, I’m English and live in the UK and thank you for listening.