Peace to release 'Delicious' EP in September

The Radar band will also tour the UK in October

Peace to release 'Delicious' EP in September

Photo: Jolene Henry

NME Radar favourites Peace are set release their 'Delicious' EP on September 9 through Columbia.

The EP follows their debut single, 'Follow Baby' and is made up of four songs, 'Ocean's Eye', 'Bloodshake', 'California Daze' and '1998 (Delicious)'. Of the release, the band say: "Up until now we've worked with a release rate of 1.5 songs per year. The EP is four songs so this is basically us smashing our personal best. I can't really work out what EP 'Delicious' is but I think that's the best way to feel."

The Birmingham band – made up of Harrison Koisser, Samuel Koisser, Douglas Castle and Dominic Boyce – play London's Village Underground on August 24 and then go on tour in October. Tickets for the tour go on sale August 10.

Peace play:

London Village Underground (August 24)
Oxford The Bullingdon (October 20)
Cardiff SWN Festival (21)
Nottingham Rescue Rooms (22)
Manchester Soup Kitchen (24)
Glasgow The Hug and Pint (25)
Edinburgh Sneaky Pete's (26)
Leeds Nation of Shopkeepers (27)
Bristol Louisiana (29)
Birmingham The Rainbow (31)


To check the availability of Peace tickets and get all the latest listings, go to NME.COM/TICKETS now, or call 0871 230 1094.

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