Peter Drucker, Montreal native, is quickly becoming a rising star on the indie pop scene. With his first project E.P. “Hell and Hurricanes”; Peter has managed to capture the sound of his eclectic upbringing. With a sound-scape ranging from Francis and the Lights to John Mayer and George Michael, Peter created an E.P. with an infectious enthusiasm, and a lyrical intensity spanning this well crafted collection of glimpses, into his mind.
Youthful and ambitious, Peter Drucker bursts into 2017 with an armory of tracks ranging from keyboard and electric guitar playing to catchy, heartfelt tunes; all aided by a uniquely soulful voice and a dominant rhythm section that leaves listeners muttering choruses into the night.
Like most perfectionists, Peter admits that he can’t truly appreciate music when it comes down to his own and other artists’ song writing because he’s “always listening out for how they’re doing things, or a certain piano note, or guitar riff”. This desire would keep Peter locked in the studio for several days at a time, not wanting to release a sub-par product. This definitely shines through in Peter’s latest track, ‘Telescope”, a re-imagining of an earlier released song, building on experimental keys and patterns, looping and progressing until the sound bites with ridiculously infectious swells and hooks; he is constantly building towards something bigger and better.
As Peter says, “Each song tries to say something. If people don’t talk about it, don’t respond, then it’s back to square one. But every day I wake up excited, etching a little bit closer to whatever that truth is”.
Peter has currently wrapped up the Good. Morning EP in the Spring of 2018, has launched the stage show, and is currently working on a new forthcoming project; a new chapter begins.