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In Pictures: Peace Play Exhilarating NME Awards Show With Austin, Texas

Peace covered Led Zeppelin during their set at their NME Awards show with Austin, Texas at London venue Heaven last night (February 9). Here's the story of the show.

  • Last night (February 9), Peace celebrated the release of their second album 'Happy People' with a special NME Awards show with Austin, Texas at London's Heaven.

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  • During the set, the Birmingham band covered Led Zeppelin's 'Since I've Been Loving You', dropping it into the middle of a cover of Binary Finary's '1998 (Delicious)'.

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  • The quartet aired eight songs from 'Happy People', including 'Gen Strange' and 'Someday', as their new mascot - a mannequin called Lieutenant Dan, here wearing Harry's Burberry trenchcoat - watched on from side of stage.

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  • Frontman Harry Koisser takes a break in the middle of the exhilarating set.

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  • "Who's feeling cheeky?" Harry asked the crowd before the band ripped into 'Perfect Skin', a song about body image.

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  • The band performed in front of a giant peace sign as they played early tracks such as 'Bloodshake' and 'Follow Baby' in the 17 song strong set.

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  • 'California Daze' and 'Float Forever', both from the band's 2013 debut 'In Love' were greeted by fans climbing onto their friends' shoulders and singing along arms outstretched.

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  • After closing the main portion of their set with previous single 'Wraith', the band took a short break before returning to the stage for a four song encore, opening with 'Someday' and 'Lovesick'.

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  • Penultimate track 'I'm A Girl' provided electrifying, grungy thrills as the set neared its conclusion.

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  • Set closer 'World Pleasure' saw Sam Koisser take centre stage for a rippling funk bass solo as the song reached its peak.

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    Added: 10 Feb 2015