February 25, 2013 13:39

Peace frontman gets engaged at NME Awards Tour afterparty

Palma Violets are DJing when the singer and his girlfriend decide to take the next step

Peace frontman gets engaged at NME Awards Tour afterparty

Photo: Jordan Hughes/NME

Peace frontman Harrison Koisser proposed to his girlfriend at the NME Awards Tour afterparty in London on Saturday night (February 23).

Palma Violets were DJing at the bash in Brixton's Jamm bar when Koisser got down on one knee and asked girlfriend Billie JD Porter to marry him.

The following day, Porter took to Twitter to share the good news, posting:


Earlier on Saturday night, Peace and Palma Violets had completed the final leg of the NME Awards Tour at Brixton's 02 Academy. They were joined on the 13-date UK tour, which kicked off in Newcastle on February 7, by Miles Kane and headliners Django Django.

Peace are now gearing up to release their debut album – the appropriately-titled 'In Love' – on March 25. The band will support the LP will an extensive UK headline tour through April and May.

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