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How Peace Made The Debut Album Of 2013 - Inside This Week's Magazine

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Posted on 25 Mar 13

 
 



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NME have completely fallen for Peace’s first record ‘In Love’. We join them in America to find out how four boys from Birmingham decided to forego the bleak prospects of their generation and live the dream instead. WARNING: hippie vibes inevitable.





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