Peace

An incredible gig from a band that you can't help but love.

I guess that’s the short review for the night that Peace played the Wolverhampton Civic Hall on 10/10/15. The English indie rock quartet graced the stage as the curtains lifted up, and from the ear shattering sound of the crowd you knew that this was going to be a happy gig, for happy fans, on the 'Happy People' tour.



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Unknown Mortal Orchestra Unknown Mortal Orchestra: spawned in the hallucinogenic crucible of Timothy Leary’s lysergic legacy one’s immediate response to these antipodean/US wild-bunch renegades is that they continue to bear the torch championing the practice of bathing in the scented vats of unprescribed pharmaceutical indulgences - possibly. It’s as likely an explanation as any other for their cerebral cortex crushing retro/neo-psychedelic freak-out. And, damnably fine it was too.


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