Watch: Watch Peace take over London’s Hammersmith Palais in Skullcandy film

​Watch Peace take over London’s Hammersmith Palais in Skullcandy film

See the first in a series of shows, where iconic haunts are transformed into revived venues.

Last month, Peace decided to hitch up to a previously abandoned musical space ­London’s Hammersmith Palais ­ and revive the place for a special, one­off gig.

DIY partnered up with Skullcandy for the first in a series of re­igniting occasions put out for their #STAYLOUD initiative, and you can now watch footage of Peace’s unique show. Shot by film directors Mathy and Fran, the film sees DIY’s Birmingham favourites doing what they always do; ­ causing a sweat­-lined frenzy ­ in a completely different kind of space.

To­day, Hammersmith Palais is now known as a PureGym location, but this incredible occasion saw it reclaiming its musical bragging rights.

Watch the #STAYLOUD video below.

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