Peace and Drenge to tour UK together in November

Both bands will hit the road at the end of the year

Peace have announced details of a UK tour with Drenge.

The Birmingham band will headline all dates on the tour, which kicks off in Nottingham on November 29 and includes dates in Glasgow, Newcastle, Leeds, Liverpool, Oxford, Portsmouth, Norwich, Manchester and Bristol as well as two previously announced dates in London and a homecoming show in Birmingham on December 13. Drenge will support on all dates with Superfood joining the bill in London and Birmingham.

Peace performed at Reading and Leeds Festival this weekend (August 23-25) and became embroiled in a Twitter war with Major Lazer‘s Diplo, threatening to “bang out” the producer after he mocked bands performing covers of dance tracks in their sets.


Peace will play:

Nottingham, Rock City (November 29)
Glasgow, QMU (30)
Newcastle, Hoult’s Yard (December 1)
Leeds, Metropolitan University (2)
Liverpool, East Village Arts Club (3)
Oxford, O2 Academy (5)
London, O2 Shepherds Bush Empire (6)
London, O2 Shepherds Bush Empire (7)
Portsmouth, Pyramid (8)
Norwich, Waterfront (10)
Manchester, Ritz (11)
Birmingham, University Anson Rooms (12)
Birmingham, O2 Academy (13)

To check the availability of Peace tickets and get all the latest listings, go to NME.COM/TICKETS now, or call 0844 858 6765


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