Ear-worm ‘Overdrive’, which dropped earlier this year, gets an outing for the session. Peace has explained that the catchy tune “represents my younger years and what I used to listen to. It comes from a feeling of wanting to relive my youth again and perhaps do it in a different way”.
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Gearing up to release new EP ‘Public Display Of Affection’ next month, Peace closes his session with a version of fan favourite ‘PDA’. A highlight of his live shows, for his NME Home Sessions Peace channels the chaotic energy of a gig, albeit in a far more stripped back setting.
You can watch Master Peace’s full NME Home Sessions performance above.
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