Peace unveil UK tour dates and new EP 'Delicious' Peace Tickets

Birmingham four-piece will tour the UK this autumn

Peace unveil UK tour dates and new EP 'Delicious'

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Brummie newcomers Peace have announced details of a UK tour this autumn following the release of their debut EP on Monday (September 9).

You can listen to the latest track to be streamed from the album, titled 'Bloodshake' (which was previously called ' Bblood' in an early demo) below. Speaking about the track, singer Harrison Koisser said:

"No one can be 100 per cent sure, but I've heard that the original idea for 'Bloodshake' came on a Sunday in summer 2010 when I ate a copy of Houses Of The Holy and went to Fabric. It's definitely a song for 2 though. Kind of like Noah's Ark meets True Romance. If that doesn't make sense then nothing will."

Peace will play:

Barfly, London (September 27)
Underground Festival, Gloucester (29)
Gatherings Festival / The Bullingdon, Oxford (October 20)
SWN Festival, Cardiff (21)
Rescue Rooms, Nottingham (22)
Soup Kitchen, Manchester (24)
The Hug and Pint, Glasgow (25)
Sneaky Pete's, Edinburgh (26)
Nation of Shopkeepers, Leeds (27)
Louisiana, Bristol (29)
The Rainbow, Birmingham (31)
Stoke Sugarmill (November 21)
Cambridge Portland Arms (22)
Hull Fruit (23)
Leicester Scholar (24)
York Fibbers (26)
Liverpool Kazimer (27)
Dundee Doghouse (28)
Aberdeen Tunnels (29)
Newcastle Head Of Steam (30)
Sheffield Harley (December 4)
Norwich Arts Centre (5)
Southampton Joiners (6)
Brighton Green Door Store (7)


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You can read a Radar interview with the Peace here.



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