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Peace - From Under Liquid Glass

The sound of one of our most important voices revving back into gear again.
Peace - From Under Liquid Glass
Published: 9:39 am, January 01, 2018
The sound of one of our most important voices revving back into gear again.

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As a world of engaged, engaging British bands spring up from all corners, it would be easy to forget just how important Peace are to this brave new world. Now veterans of the they helped create scene, it’s hard to argue that their confident, soaring indie bangers laid down the foundations on which others continue to build. At a point where the smart money lay elsewhere, they sparked something special.

That’s why their return feels so vital. Teaming up with mental health charity MQ, there’s no doubt that ‘From Under Liquid Glass’ carries an important message. Lyrically, it throws the curtains wide open - no cloying platitudes required to bring home the truth that none of us are alone; that other people feel these things too. But beyond that, it’s also the sound of one of our most important voices revving back into gear again.

With album three set to arrive later in 2018, Peace return to a new world - one full of bands that saw their early moves as a call to arms. So much more than the glue that holds it all together, they’ll be greeted like kings.



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