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Peace Release New Single Power

Friday, 09 February 2018 Written by Laura Johnson

Photo: Jonnie Craig

Peace have released a new single.

Speaking about Power, which was produced by Simone Felice in Woodstock, New York, vocalist Harry Koisser said: 

“I watched a giant, pulsating, lightening bolt land near the farmhouse & I instantly associated it with the electricity and power of the kids we'd been quaking with for the last five years at our shows.  I was inspired to write a song that was answer to their question. I guess it ended up being a call to arms.  Power is a song about booting down the door to delirious glory & charging heart first into the world-wide banquet of love.”

The track follows up the band's December charity single, From Under Liquid Glass, which marked their first new material since 2015's 'Happy People'.

Peace will play Omeara in London on February 13 as part of the NME Awards Shows. They will also headline Live At Leeds and Liverpool Sound City in May.





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