Peace say songwriting for new album is more 'refined' Get Tickets

Frontman Harry Koisser says his lyrics are 'a lot more thought through' this time around

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Peace have said that the songwriting process for their new album is more "refined".

The band are currently working on their second LP, the follow up to 2013's 'In Love', at London's Dean Street Studios.

Speaking to NME in this week's magazine, which is available digitally or on newsstands now, frontman Harry Koisser says his lyrics are "a lot more thought through" this time around. "I don't know if it's a thing with age or becoming obsessed with writing songs, but I used to write something and be like, 'Well, that's come out of my brain so that's great, that'll do'. Now it's like, 'Wait – no. Let's refine it'."

Peace recently confirmed details of a UK tour to take place in May and June.

Peace will play:

Keele University Ballroom (May 27)
Warrington Parr Hall (28)
Kendal Brewery Arts Centre (29)
Dundee Fat Sams (31)
Inverness Ironworks (June 1)
Middlesbrough Empire (2)
Wrexham Central Station (4)
Aberystwyth Arts Centre (5)
Leamington Spa The Assembly (9)
Bath Komedia (10)
Falmouth Princess Pavilion (11)
Swansea Sin City (12)
Worthing Pavillion (13)


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