Peace reveal ‘In Love’ album artwork and UK tour details

Band will hit the road for extensive tour in April

Peace have shared the artwork to their debut album ‘In Love’ – you can see it above.

The band have also announced that they will tour in support of the release of their debut LP, which is set for release on March 25. The dates take in Manchester, York, Newcastle, Edinburgh, Preston, Sheffield and Bristol, before concluding with a four-night residency at London’s Birthdays.

A re-recorded version of the Birmingham band’s first single ‘Follow Baby’ is set for release on March 18. Speaking about the track, singer Harrison Koisser says: “This one time, I woke up in the morning and ‘Follow Baby’ had lodged itself in my head. Almost fully formed. Like a product of a dream or a gift or maybe something weirder. It felt special and shiny. I guess it is special and shiny. Actually maybe it didn’t happen like that. I’m 95 per cent sure it did, but either way that would rule, right?”


Peace will play:

Manchester, Club Academy (April 2)
York, Duchess (13)
Newcastle, Cluny (14)
Glasgow, The Arches (16)
Edinburgh, Electric Circus (17)
Preston, 53 Degrees (18)
Sheffield, Leadmill (19)
Gloucester, Guildhall (21)
Bristol, Fleece (22)
Portsmouth, Wedgewood Rooms (23)
Brighton, Concorde 2 (24)
Reading, Sub 89 (25)
Oxford, Academy 2 (26)
Birmingham, Academy 2 (27)
London, Birthdays (30)
London, Birthdays (May 1)
London, Birthdays (2)
London, Birthdays (3)


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