It’s funny how something simple as a Facebook description reading ‘music to fuck you in the heart’ immediately invalidated everything we thought this band called Peace was going to sound like. Because in the case of this British foursome, there’s no room for sweet-toned ballads or slick pop songs at all.
Indie bands seem to pop up like daisies these days, making it even more difficult to sound distinctive. Peace have succeeded quite well with the Delicious EP, giving the listener four different moods to choose from. From the record’s raw and melancholic opening track Ocean’s Eye,to the more playful and Two Door Cinema Club sounding Bloodshake – the main single of the EP. Third track California Daze takes on a more laid back and accessible approach while the record’s closing song 1998 (Delicious) is a full 10 minute long dynamic guitar sensation – the absolute winner of the bunch.
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