Hurray, Peace have shared a video for their new track ‘From Under Liquid Glass’

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Peace have released a video to accompany their new track, ‘From Under Liquid Glass’.

Described by frontman Harry Koisser as “an honest, personal account of how I was feeling last year,” it sees the band collaborate with mental health charity MQ.

“Things in my life were rocky and I hit a low point,” Harry explains. “The song is a form of self-expression, which I found therapeutic. It helped to write my feelings down on paper.”

To build awareness of the charity, Peace are asking bands to create their own ‘swearing selfie’ to share on their socials, using this link.

The track is the first taster of new music from the band in ‘quite a while’, as they build up to their third album, expected in 2018.

Watch ‘From Under Liquid Glass’ below.

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