Christabel Howdon-Bancroft

Peace to play three nights at The Cluny with re-sale tickets a possibility

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Peace return to Newcastle once more with three consecutive gigs at The Cluny to promote their new album, Happy People.

The Worcester indie band have become more and more popular over the past few years and have already sold out their three dates at the northern venue in March.

The Cluny have said that while there will be no tickets on the door for the events, there may still be the opportunity for re-sale tickets. If some tickets for the three nights are returned, they will be sold through their box office at face value.

Happy People features the band’s usual melodic and hypnotic sound, with new songs such as Money, which was featured on Huw Stephen’s Hottest Record in the World on Radio 1, and Lost On Me.

Their other popular songs, such as Lovesick, Wraith and California Daze, can be expected as well, as Peace gigs are notoriously energetic with packed crowds and a great stage presence from lead-singer Harrison Koisser and the rest of the band.

The first two gigs have support from London-based band Yak and the final gig is supported by local Newcastle band Coquin Migale, who recently released their new EP, FEEL.

Happy People is out now on Columbia Records and can be bought via Peace’s website.

Peace play at The Cluny, Newcastle on March 5, 6 and 7, 2015. All dates are currently sold out but ticket re-sales may be available. 16+ only and under 18s must be accompanied by an adult. The Cluny box office can be contacted on 0191 2304474.


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