From Worcester, England: indie rockers Peace. The quartet, composed of brothers Harry and Samuel Koisser as well as Douglas Castle and Dominic Boyce, formed Peace in 2009. After signing onto Columbia Records and releasing an EP titled “Delicious”, Peace became better known through magazines such as NME and The Guardian. With Palma Violets, Miles Kane and Django Django, Peace performed at the NME Awards Tour 2013. They then released their first album “In Love”, in March of 2013. Listening to their music, you can just that they’re the future of indie rock. Compared a lot to Swim Deep, Vampire Weekend and Foals, they have the young talent and energy of newcomers. They know that they have to please, and they know they will. Their rebel attitude, classic British flair and spontaneous actions make it all the more entertaining. Their lyrics in “Lovesick” show their youthfulness such as “I don’t wanna go to school/I don’t wanna take the call” and “I don’t wanna make no sense/I don’t wanna pay the rent”. “California Daze” shows they are more than capable of writing love songs as “She tastes like sunlight and she's always gonna be there in the back of your mind” plays. “Wraith” and “Delicious” are the kind that’ll be stuck in your head by the end of the week. The six minute song “Drain” is perfect and the song “Say you feel drained/Say you never felt so empty/Never leave a stain”. While the band Peace is still young, their talent and wonderful lyrics are intense. Expect some more great music from them!