Peace – ‘Wraith'

A song about falling in love with a prostitute

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“‘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. Whichever it is, thanks to the lyrics “blow me like a floating feather” Peace can add ‘love a good blow job reference’ to their rock CV.
Sian Rowe

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