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Peach PRC Reveals New Look

6 January 2024 | 10:43 am | Mary Varvaris

Peach PRC has proven that a new look can signal a new music “era”, thrilling fans just with some hair dye.

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Peach PRC (Credit: Billy Zammit)

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Australian pop singer Peach PRC (real name Sharlee Curnow) has shocked fans with her new look, doing away with her signature blonde hair, bright pink wigs and premiering luscious dark brown hair.

Sharing a photo on Instagram, she wrote in the caption, “fairy season is over. it’s the year of the siren”.

Fans have asked whether the dramatic new look also means a change in music, with one follower writing, “Does this mean we get emo music with an emo peach????” Another fan complimented her new look: “Stop it right now you emo cutie”. Meanwhile, a request for her pink items if she’s indeed signalling a new era: “if ur donating ur pink stuff I exist!!!!!!”

You can check out the photo below.

Like Paramore’s Hayley Williams and Ariana Grande, Peach PRC has proven that a new look can signal a new music “era”, thrilling fans just with some hair dye—a power move.

Peach PRC will perform at this year’s AO Finals Festival (25 January) alongside Yaeji and Tash Sultana, bringing fun and good vibes ahead of the Women’s Final. DMA’S, Ruel, The Jungle Giants, Groove Armada and Rudimental will also perform at the AO Finals Festival. You can find more information and tickets for the event here.

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The Josh singer ended 2023 with a bang, performing at Spilt Milk Festival, at the ARIA Awards and premiering the music video for her latest single, Like A Girl Does. As for what the year of the siren will bring? We’ll have to wait and see.

Peach PRC uses her platform as a singer with a growing fanbase to talk about issues that directly affect her – from ADHD to breakups, alcohol and drug use, and her sexuality. 

Her candid nature and knowledge of social media platforms have allowed her fans to feel closer to her as an artist. While her rise to fame has been rapid, she’s thankful for the success that her fans have given her, and for the viewership, she’s grown through TikTok.

In a The Music cover story, Peach PRC said that the inspiration behind her music is bringing back a time in pop music that she loved. “I think some people just want to dance and party. They want vibes, and I think that's what I also want,” she said. “I also want to bring back that 2010-era fun, camp music, like not taking it too seriously.”

She added that she aims to capture “the Carly Rae Jepsen and Katy Perry era of music. This fun music you want to sing along to in your car, have the windows down and just drive and blast it, and it's not that serious. There might be some serious lyrics snuck in there, but you won't know because you're too busy partying.”