When the music of The Weeknd and Rex Orange County made a baby, Peach Tree Rascals is what you’re gonna get!

 

Hailing from Bay Area, Peach Tree Rascals is a five-piece collective whose music is a fusion of alt-jazz, funk, hip hop and R&B. Since, their debut single ‘Glide’ released in 2018, the group has dropped 8 more singles and garnered over 10 million streams as of this writing.

 

On ‘Mariposa’

Mariposa, the title of their third single in 2020, is the Spanish translation for butterfly. It’s a song about growth and acceptance– a musical journey that aims to accompany you as you undergo the difficult process of turning from a caterpillar into a butterfly. Their rapper, Joseph Barros, created the framework in one day, then shared his progress with the rest of the group until it blossomed into this beautiful, laid-back track.

 

Check out the feel-good music video below!

 

Peach Tree Rascals shared:

“Mariposa’ literally means butterfly, and represents improving and growing as a human. Butterflies grow into themselves and their beauty, regardless of any flaws that come up along the way. Yosemite plays a big role in our creative muse. We often do trips up there to write and think of video concepts. The name originally came from Mariposa Grove in Yosemite. Seemed like a no brainer to name the song after one of our favorite places on the planet.”

 

 

Peach Tree Rascals is composed of producer/mixer Dominic “Dom” Pizano, rappers-singers Issac Pech, Tarrek Abdel-Khaliq, Joseph Barros, and creative director Jorge Olazaba. Their viral track ‘Mariposa’ peaked at #43 on Spotify PH’s Viral 50. You can also stream it on Apple Music, Itunes, and Youtube Music. You can follow them on their Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram.

 

What do you think of Peach Tree Rascal’s music?

 

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