Listen to ‘You Don’t Walk Away From Love’, the powerful new single from Peace

"This song is about the colours of the heart"

Peace have released ‘You Don’t Walk Away From Love’, the latest track to be released from their forthcoming third album ‘Kindness Is The New Rock And Roll’.

The new track sees the Worcester four-piece return with a riff-heavy anthem, and it’s inspired by singer Harry Koisser’s search for love.

“This song is about the colours of the heart that live under the cool pastels and monochrome chequers,” Koisser explained.


“It’s about the bright primary stubbornness and unsophisticated optimism that won’t stop squirming toward true love. It’s a 100% real life true human emotional time capsule being unearthed for me. It was something I was desperate to say to somebody but obviously didn’t have the courage.”

The latest release comes after Peace returned last year with From Under Liquid Glass, a track inspired by Koisser’s struggles with mental health.

But while the track showed off a new-found tenderness to Peace, they followed it with Power – which showed off one of their most rousing choruses to date.

Speaking at the NME Awards in February, Koisser also revealed that Power largely reflects the overall sound of the record.


“I think that it represents a good half of it. In fact, maybe less than half. I’d say a tenth of the record is that. It’s more of the ‘Meatloaf meets Primus’ thing, where it goes even further out than other places”, he said.



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