Peace have confirmed plans for an enormous nationwide tour this November.
Opening 2013 in a blaze of hype, Peace are coming close to the breakthrough they so desire. Debut album 'In Love' has been a sleeper hit, winning over critics such as Clash's own Simon Butcher who opined: "Peace aren’t reinventing what a band can be, but taking it back to basics and reminding us why they’re important".
Spending summer on the festival trail, Peace are set to kick off a massive nationwide tour this November. Kicking off in Nottingham, highlights include two nights at historic London venue Shepherds Bush Empire.
Finishing with a hometown show, the band will headline the 3000 capacity Birmingham O2 Academy. Support on all dates comes from fast rising Sheffield riff munchers Drenge.
"This tour is worryingly exciting" says Harrison Koisser. "It feels like the first step on the next staircase. We're probably going to play some new stuff. More importantly I've been promised a wardrobe case & explosive budget. Finally."
Ticket pre-sale opened this morning (August 28th) - full sale opens on Friday (August 30th) at 9am.
Peace are set to play the following shows:
29 Nottingham Rock City
30 Glasgow QMU
1 Newcastle Hoult's Yard
2 Leeds Mets
3 Liverpool East Village Arts Club
5 Oxford Academy
6 London Shepherds Bush Empire
7 London Shepherds Bush Empire
8 Portsmouth Pyramid
10 Norwich Waterfront
11 Manchester Ritz
12 Bristol Anson Rooms
13 Birmingham Academy
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