September 11, 2013 11:34
Peace cover Disclosure's 'White Noise' and announce UK tour – listen
The Birmingham rockers will tour the country in November and December
The band's live cover of the track at this year's Reading and Leeds led to a Twitter altercation with producer Diplo after he tweeted: "Dear every indie band u don't have to cover disclosure in ur set to be relevant," to which Peace replied: "Come 2 catering. Ill bang u out u clown."
The band have also announced details of their biggest UK tour to date. Kicking off in Nottingham on November 29, the stint also includes two nights at London's Shepherds Bush Empire before finishing up at Birmingham's Academy on December 13. Support will come from Sheffield duo Drenge.
The band's frontman Harry Koisser said in a statement: "This tour is worryingly exciting. It feels like the first step on the next staircase. We're probably going to play some new stuff. More importantly I've been promised a wardrobe case & explosive budget. Finally.”
Peace released their debut album 'In Love' in December 2012.
Peace will play:
Rock City, Nottingham (November 29)
QMU, Glasgow (November 30)
Hoult’s Yard, Newcastle (December 1)
Met, Leeds (2)
East Village Arts Club, Liverpool (3)
Academy, Oxford (5)
Shepherds Bush Empire, London (6, 7)
Pyramid, Portsmouth (8)
Waterfront, Norwich (10)
Ritz, Manchester (11)
Anson Rooms, Bristol (12)
Academy, Birmingham (13)
To check the availability of Peace tickets and get all the latest listings, go to NME.COM/TICKETS now, or call 0844 858 6765.
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