Listen Peace return with brand new track ‘Power’

Peace return with brand new track ‘Power’

The quartet have offered up a powerful, ahem, new call-to-arms.

Peace are back, they’ve donned their finest nightwear and have offered up a brand new single to make all of our Fridays that little bit better.

The four-piece - who last stretched their musical limbs with ‘From Under Liquid Glass’, a track they released in conjunction with mental health charity MQ - have returned with ‘Power’, a massive call-to-arms which is as, ahem, powerful as its namesake. 

The single - which is released today via Ignition Records and was recorded with Simone Felice over in Woodstock, USA - lands ahead of a handful of live appearances for the band, including headlining slots at both Live at Leeds and Liverpool Sound City. 

Check out their upcoming live shows, and listen to ‘Power’, below.

FEBRUARY
13 Omeara, London

MAY
05 Live at Leeds, Leeds
06 Liverpool Sound City, Liverpool

Photo credit: Jonnie Craig. 

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