Consisting of the Texas-born Paige McClain Wood and the Silver Lake, CA-born Steven Trezevant Dies, the Peach Kings have publicly claimed that their influences include Nancy SinatraRoy OrbisonLed Zeppelin and the Cramps. And the first single, “Hold On” off the duo’s most recent release, Mojo Thunder  owed a debt to trip hop, thanks to moodily swirling electronics, buzzing bass, boom bap drums and McClain-Wood’s smoky, sensual vocals/ However, the album’s latest single, the album title track,  "Mojo Thunder" is swampy, humid song consisting of moaning guitar and McClain-Wood’s sensual vocals – in other words, it’s a dark, moody song that manages to evoke a sense of sinfulness while being psychedelic. 

The official video, directed by Kris Merc and Benjy Brooke tells a story of a man trying to escape in vices, only to sink himself ever so deeper into the grim and terrible realties of life and consists of black and white sketches, and owes a debt to the comics of the late 80s and early 90s. It’s an inventive and visually striking approach which captures the sinful yet trippy nature of the song.