Peace reveal plan to share new album sessions with fans Get Tickets

Band will begin recording follow up to 'In Love' soon

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Peace have revealed plans to film themselves recording their new album and share the footage with fans as they go.

As frontman Harry Koisser recently revealed in an interview with NME, the band are working on a new David Bowie-inspired album and have hinted at allowing fans in on the process. The follow up to 2013 album 'In Love' has no release date but the band's official website now has a holding message which reads, "We're making a new record. Everything is OK.".

In addition, the band have tweeted to explain their plans further.


Speaking to NME about his band's second album Koisser said that touring the world and Bowie have inspired his "fuzzy, sexy groove rock" songs. Discussing a "comeback" single he wrote and recorded in November 2013, Koisser says he tried to recreate the sound of an orchestra on a 12-string guitar. He admitted: "That came from listening to 'Ziggy Stardust...' on repeat."

Meanwhile, broadening their horizons beyond Birmingham and the Midlands has also informed new Peace songs. Koisser said: "I'm more inspired on the road than I ever was at home. I'd never seen anything up until touring i'd never even seen England. Now we've been to Japan and America seeing other cultures."

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