Peace stream debut album 'In Love' on NME.COM

Listen to Birmingham band's first album exclusively ahead of its release

Peace stream debut album 'In Love' on NME.COM

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Peace are streaming their debut album exclusively on NME.COM, one week before its release.

'In Love' is the debut album from the Birmingham band and features the singles 'Wraith', 'California Daze' and 'Follow Baby'. The album will be released on March 25, and was produced by Jim Abiss, who also worked on the debut records by Arctic Monkeys, Florence + The Machine and Adele. Click here to stream 'In Love' now.

Speaking to NME about 'In Love', Koisser recently said: "It's a real mixed bag but there's something for everyone on there. I don't think it's a bad thing to be eclectic. But it's maybe not as 'quad-polar' as the EP, I guess. Talking about album track 'Delicious', Koisser adds: "It's almost like an album's worth of content in four minutes, all squashed down. It goes everywhere!"

The 'In Love' tracklisting is as follows:

'Higher Than The Sun'
'Follow Baby'
'Lovesick'
'Float Forever'
'Wraith'
'Delicious'
'Waste of Paint'
'Toxic'
'Sugarstone'
'California Daze'


Pick up next week's NME for the full story of the recording of Peace's debut record and everything they got up to in Austin.

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