No, this isn't a cover of The Stranglers' famously non-PC stroll along the beach. This is from Pink Grease's debut album This Is For Real, released in June 2004 - so the timing of Peaches as a single seems slightly odd.
Whatever, it's a decent enough slick of heavy drumming, couldn't-be-more-basic bass and Rory Lewarne agonising over the end of an affair. "I know that it's the end / but I still pretend / if it hadn't been so hard / you might have loved me in the end...". It rocks along happily, with a good slice of electronica in the middle to liven it up.
The two (very different) remixes on offer are intriguing, and suggest that Pink Grease might well benefit from applying some radical lateral thinking to their sound. The Peach Grease remix by (you guessed it) Peaches features her own vocals and a driving, grungy overlay and the Riton Re-Rub is gorgeously weird.