Peace announce biggest ever UK headline tour

Birmingham band released latest album 'Happy People' this month

Peace have announced details of their biggest ever UK tour.

Starting in September, the tour will see the band play their biggest shows, including a headline night at London’s o2 Academy Brixton on October 9. Tickets will be available via the band’s mailing list.

Peace released their second album ‘Happy People’ earlier this month. It was produced by Jim Abbiss and Duncan Mills and features the singles ‘Lost On Me’, ‘Money’ and ‘World Pleasure’. Originally scheduled for release in 2014, the album is the band’s follow up to 2013 debut ‘In Love’.


Last week, the band released a behind-the-scenes look at the album featuring Noel Fielding. The video shows the band talking through the album and explaining the meaning behind each song. Fielding stars as an older version of guitarist Doug Castle who has become a girl after becoming inspired by one song on the album titled ‘I’m A Girl’.

Peace will play:

Liverpool O2 Academy 1 (September 24)
Middlesbrough The Middlesbrough Empire (25)
Glasgow The Arches (26)
Manchester Academy 1 (October 1)
Nottingham Rock City (2)
Cardiff Great Hall (3)
Cambridge The Junction (5)
Leicester O2 Academy (6)
Portsmouth Pyramids Centre (7)
London O2 Academy Brixton (9)
Wolverhampton Civic Hall (10)

Peace are currently on tour for a series of live dates to promote ‘Happy People’, and will remain playing gigs until March 27 in Brighton.

Peace will play:

Newcastle Cluny (March 5)
Manchester Deaf Institute (12-14)
Glasgow King Tut’s (17-18)
Dublin Whelan’s (20)
Brighton The Haunt (26-27)


To check the availability of Peace tickets and get all the latest listings, go to NME.COM/TICKETS now, or call 0871 230 1094.


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