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Customer Reviews

4.5 out of 5

169 Ratings

peace=amazing

dddddddddddodhfhyergdet,

one of the best albums this year, or ever! get the deluxe because it has bloodshake!

In the words of Alan Partridge... JURASSIC PARK!!

mwbolton45,

What an album this really has turned out to be, I just don't understand why the Deluxe version isn't the normal version I mean seriously how can Bloodshake and Drain not be on the normal version... (Rant over)
There are so many deferent styles throughout this album is hard to not hear a little resemblance to something well known down the line, but even with that in mind this album still feels fresh. Ever since the Delicious EP came out and the first time I heard the 10 minutes of their cover of 1998. You could tell this band has something about them, and they really haven't let me down on this album. Absolutely brilliant. For me, Drain, Follow Baby, Higher then the sun, Delicious and of course Bloodshake and Wraith are only a few examples of 5 star tracks to make a brilliant debut album.

9/10 for me!

About Peace

Based out of Birmingham, England, Peace create drifting, melodic indie rock that merges the crawling atmosphere of classic post-punk with the pop-oriented bounce of modern bands like Vampire Weekend and The Maccabees. Formed by brothers Harrison and Samuel Koisser, on vocals/guitar and bass, respectively, as well as guitarist Douglas Castle and drummer Dominic Boyce, the band came together under the name Peace in 2010 before gaining recognition among the U.K. press with its debut outing, the Delicious EP, which was released on Columbia in 2012. A full-length effort, In Love, followed in early 2013. The Jim Abbiss-produced record was well-received, reaching the Top 20 of the U.K. Charts, and the quartet set out on a U.K. tour later that year. In 2014 they confirmed work had started on their sophomore album, and lead single “Money” was aired on the radio mid-way through the year, as well as supporting The Libertines at Alexandra Palace for their reunion show. They again worked with Abbiss on Happy People, which appeared in 2015. ~ Gregory Heaney & Scott Kerr

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