Mixing dreamy shoegazey psychedelia with Brit pop guitar riffs and youthful euphoria, Peace were hailed as "the future of indie" by The Guardian when they started to emerge in 2012. Formed by brothers Harry and Sam Koisser at an after school youth group, the Worcester lads started gigging around Birmingham in 2011 and landed a major label deal with Columbia Records on the strength of online demo Blood. Their EP Delicious (2012) further heightened the interest, before debut album In Love (2013) reached Number 16 thanks to its halcyon tales of teenage optimism, early 1990s retro swagger and hazy, stoned-out melodies. They were named in the BBC Sound of 2013 poll and singles Follow Me and California Daze became big indie anthems, while a slot on NME Awards Show Tour saw them showered with confetti by a growing cult following of loyal fans.




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