In Gotta Catch ‘Em All! we share the best live music tips for Norwich and the region in the month ahead. Read our top eight picks, then check out all the mentioned acts in our official Spotify playlist.
Peace have shared details of their third album, titled ‘Kindness Is the New Rock And Roll’, which will be released on Friday 4th May. The Birmingham bunch have been teasing a comeback since the end of last year sharing two new singles, From Under Liquid Glass and Power. This is the first full length release from the band since they parted ways with Columbia Records.
Peace have also announced details of a UK tour supported by Irish buzz band whenyoung.
Glasgow St Lukes (May 8)
Sheffield The Leadmill (May 9)
York Fibbers (May 11)
Derby The Venue (May 12)
Hull Welly (May 13)
Norwich The Waterfront (May 15)
London O2 Forum Kentish Town (May 16)
Southampton Engine Room (May 17)
Bristol SWX (May 20)
Reading SUB89 (May 22)
Leicester Dryden Street Social (May 23)
Birmingham O2 Adademy2 (May 24)
Read all the details and a statement from frontman Harry Koisser below.
For fans of: The Stone Roses, The Killers, Mystery Jets
Hear it live: Norwich Waterfront (15 May) – tickets.
Indie darlings Peace are well and truly back. Following their semi-official comeback in December, ‘Power’ is the first real taste of what the Birmingham quartet’s forthcoming third album consists of. Flamboyant, sharp, and a heap of fun, it’s unmistakably Peace, with a rousing chorus embellished by crunchy percussion. An uplifting take on the gloomy world we all currently inhabit, frontman Harry Koisser explains of the song, “It is my belief that music, if you let it, will be the oozing ore from which you forge a key. POWER is not only a call to arms, but a song about wearing that key on a silver necklace while you fly kick the door through and charge heart first into the world wide banquet of love.”
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