“We’re going to have a squeal on this tour” – Peace have announced their first proper run of headline dates as a duo

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Peace have announced their first proper run of headline dates as a duo.

With a low-key trio of shows due to take place next week, the band will hit the road proper this November.

The dates continue the band’s plan to give every fan buying a ticket or t-shirt a special passcode to access their new album via their website. It’s very good (does that count as a review? – Ed).

“We’re going to have a squeal on this tour,” the band explain. “That’s the whole point of the record’s release. I mean I guess the record isn’t so much out as it is in. We desperately need people to hear it but we cannot start the traditional distribution process yet. Our bandwidth bill for the website is eerily the opposite of what Spotify pay. We’re paying out roughly 0.003 pence per stream. It’s excellent.”

The tour starts in Bath on 3rd November, before calling off in Birmingham, Southampton, Leeds, Glasgow, Newcastle, Sheffield and Manchester. It’ll finish up at London’s Heaven on 14th November.

The full dates read:

03 – Bath @ Komedia
04 – Birmingham @ Town Hall
05 – Southampton @ Engine Rooms
07 – Leeds @ Stylus
08 – Glasgow @ Oran Mor
09 – Newcastle @ Wylam Brewery
10 – Sheffield @ Foundry
11 – Manchester @ New Century Hall
14 – London @ Heaven

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