Peace unveil brand new song 'Money' - watch

The song comes from the band's second studio album

Peace have unveiled their brand new song, 'Money'.

Click above to listen to and watch the video for 'Money', the second track to be taken from the band's forthcoming second LP, the follow up to 2013's 'In Love'.

Peace have already revealed 'World Pleasure', from the upcoming LP, which was recorded at London's Dean Street Studios. The track features frontman Harry Koisser making his first foray into rapping. Speaking to NME earlier this year, Koisser described the songwriting process of the new album as more "refined" this time around, with the lyrics being "a lot more thought through".

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)


To check the availability of Peace tickets and get all the latest listings, head to NME.COM/tickets.

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