Peace, Heaven, London

Peace, Heaven, London

An hour into Peace’s gorgeous, amorphous NME Awards gig, showcasing their second album ‘Happy People’, the Birmingham champions take a sharp left turn straight through the looking glass. As the pumped up ‘1998 (Delicious)’ nears its...

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Peace - 'Happy People'

Peace - 'Happy People'

Increasingly, there are two kinds of emerging British rock ’n’ roll band: those, like Sleaford Mods, Slaves or Fat White Family, who burn with incandescent rage and volume; and those, like Peace, Swim Deep or Temples, who seem committed to...

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Peace - 'In Love'

Peace - 'In Love'

The narrow-minded reckon their experience of history can’t be surpassed; that there’s no point in drawing inspiration from the past because it was better IN THEIR DAY. They murder people’s vibes because they’re buzzkillers. They criticise...

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Peace

Peace

Most superstitions are a pile of crap. If you put a pair of shoes on a table, you won’t be condemned to a lifetime of bad luck. If you walk under a ladder and something falls on your head – what did you expect? And opening an umbrella indoors...

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Peace – ‘Wraith'

Peace – ‘Wraith'

“‘Wraith’ is about falling in love with a prostitute,” says Peace frontman and east London new boy Harrison Koisser on his band’s new single. “But not really a prostitute and not really falling in love,” he adds, confusingly....

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Peace - 'EP Delicious'

Peace - 'EP Delicious'

The cover of ‘Delicious’ shows a picture of half a watermelon cut into shapes that strongly resemble the international sign for peace. It looks right juicy, and hints at the tropicalness lurking in the four Peace tunes within. Opener...

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