Master Peace takes inspiration from early Bloc Party for his new single, ‘Brussels’

It's about "trying to conform to societal expectations," explains Peace.

Master Peace has released a brand new single, ‘Brussels’.

The track arrives alongside a Freddie Cattaneo-directed video, and was premiered on Clara Amfo’s BBC Radio 1 Future Sounds show last night (Tuesday, 16th May).

“Brussels explores the emptiness I’ve often felt when trying to conform to societal expectations,” explains Peace. “I think a lot of young people feel obligated to push themselves to the limit just to feel included – but in the end, by betraying yourself, you feel nothing at all. This track is a tribute to that feeling, both in lyrics and mood. Sonically, I was inspired by early Bloc Party with a touch of Radiohead; both bands who championed their own vision of Alternative Indie.”

Check out the new track below.

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