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Peace + Drowners
One year since their debut album and Peace are already forging ahead with album #2. In celebration – and in true Peace fashion – they’re heading back out on tour taking in towns and cities they couldn’t visit in December.
They open this run of shows headlining Dot to Dot – a festival they also played in 2012 at the other end of the bill. Similarly, this summer they’ll grace the main stage at Reading & Leeds, where last year they packed out the NME tent with an early afternoon slot.
As anyone one wise enough to have caught a show throughout the ‘In Love’ campaign will attest – on the road is where Peace thrive.
Based out of Birmingham, Peace create drifting, melodic indie rock that merges the crawling atmosphere of classic post-punk with the pop-oriented bounce of modern bands like Vampire Weekend. Formed by brothers Harrison and Samuel Koisser, on vocals/guitar and bass, respectively, as well as guitarist Douglas Castle and drummer Dominic Boyce, the band came together in 2010 before gaining recognition among the UK. press with its debut outing, the Delicious EP, which was released on Columbia in 2012. A full-length effort, In Love, followed in early 2013.
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Drowners are an American alternative rock band formed in New York in 2011 by Matthew Hitt (lead vocals, guitar), Jack Ridley III (lead guitar), Erik Lee Snyder (bass) and Lakis Pavlou (drums). Their first release was the EP Between Us Girls which appeared in early 2013. In January 2014 their eponymous debut album was released worldwide.
Drowners are said by some to be part of the ongoing Britpop renaissance (Blur and Pulp reforming, new bands like Blackeye forming), but really they have more in common with the early-noughties CBGBs revival. Their music has as much in common with the late-70s UK new wave era as it does the US one, and their songs recall punk at its most pop!
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Venue: Central Station & Yales
15-17 Hill Street
LL11 1SN 53.046196, -2.996294
Enquiries: 01978 311857
Bookings: 0870 444 555 6
→ Wrexham Central 1 min walk