With an eclectic mix of tracks overflowing with 90's influences, 'Happy People' sees Peace return with more of that bubbly indie, which with a nostalgic twist lifted them off the ground in 2013.
Slipping back into the psyche fused guitar riffs, rutty bass and popish themed choruses, 'Happy People' is
A shock in comparison to "World Pleasure" and "Lost on Me", "I'm a Girl" abolishes the groove stricken funky elements of Peace's newer material and beats it away with heavy distorted guitar riffs and a mesh of hectic sounds.
Sounding more as if it's come off the back of debut album
Birmingham-based indie band Peace have recently been touring the UK with their highly successful debut album, In Love. They played Newcastle’s Digital on December 1st with support from Drenge.
Drenge began the night with a quite a long set, playing all of the well-known songs off their recently released self-titled album.
“About a week before it's beginning, we realised our approaching UK tour ran straight in to the belly of the Christmas period. Despite our Scrugicidal Tendencies, we found ourselves in a bout of excitement. A miracle perhaps? Anyway, we ended up pit deep in the festive moment & guided by
Bloodshake by PEACE
Summer is without a shadow of a doubt, the best season of the year. I don’t mean to sound like a cheesy teenager from a Los Angeles based film revolving around the lives of four best friends in high school but it’s the truth. Although it’s expected to
California Daze has been on repeat for weeks now on my iPod. I was inspired to paint a watercolour version of their amazing cover from EP Delicious.
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PEACE are delivering some pretty clever and catchy tunes out of Birmingham, England. Their EP Delicious was recently released, and from my first listen of their killer track California Daze, I haven't stopped listening. We caught up with the band to talk a little about their EP, touring, favourite bands