Wolf Alice, Peace, Swim Deep and Years & Years are among the line-up for a charity gig in aid of refugee children. Bands 4 Refugees will take place on December…
Mystery guests will headline Help Refugees at O2 Forum Kentish Town on November 22
Video for latest song to be lifted from 'Happy People' album
The band will also play a main set later this afternoon on the NME/ BBC Radio One Stage
The band will play the Birmingham Institute on August 27
Bipolar Sunshine and Blossoms will also perform at Manchester show on June 5
The Stoke City and England footballer feature in the clip for the band's 'Happy People' track
Birmingham band released latest album 'Happy People' this month
'Might Boosh' comedian plays an older version of guitarist, Doug Castle
An hour into Peace’s gorgeous, amorphous NME Awards gig, showcasing their second album ‘Happy People’, the Birmingham champions take a sharp left turn straight through the looking glass. As the…
The Birmingham band launch second album 'Happy People' in London (February 9)
Frontman Harry Koisser reveals his songwriting bucket list
Frontman Harry Koisser told Zane Lowe song was 'like the stars aligned for a moment'
Frontman Harry Koisser says song was inspired by gender stereotypes
Band discuss new album 'Happy People' and being criticised for sounding too retro
Increasingly, there are two kinds of emerging British rock ’n’ roll band: those, like Sleaford Mods, Slaves or Fat White Family, who burn with incandescent rage and volume; and those,…
Band will release second album 'Happy People' in February
New album 'Happy People' set for February release
The performance took place on New Year's Eve as part of Club NME's NYE Ball
New single will feature on the band's forthcoming second album, 'Happy People'
They will play additional gigs in Bristol, Sheffield, Nottingham, Manchester, Glasgow and Brighton
Song appears on the band's forthcoming second album 'Happy People'
Band will release their second album in February 2015
Birmingham band will release their second album in January 2015
Frontman appears on new episode of 'Never Mind The Buzzcocks' tonight
Band set for hometown gig at The Rainbow Courtyard
Band play Reading and Leeds later this month
Third song from band's forthcoming second album revealed
'Where's the indie in that?' says Harry Koisser of the Dr Dre and Black Sabbath referencing 'AM'
Harry Koisser and Dom Boyce tell NME that they're friends because of John Bonham