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PEACE

Trying to pin down the sound of Peace is a tricky business. The Birmingham-based four piece, brought together by bonds created by siblings, scrapping and school, have careered from the classroom to Columbia Records in a short period of time and lead singer Harry Koisser reflects that it’s probably the lack of a precise plan that has allowed them to travel so far so fast. “I’ve been thinking recently we don’t know what we’re doing, we’re just doing it. If we had a manifesto it would probably be ‘We have no idea’, I quite like the way that stuff just seems to happen.”

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PEACE

Trying to pin down the sound of Peace is a tricky business. The Birmingham-based four piece, brought together by bonds created by siblings, scrapping and school, have careered from the classroom to Columbia Records in a short period of time and lead singer Harry Koisser reflects that it’s probably the lack of a precise plan that has allowed them to travel so far so fast. “I’ve been thinking recently we don’t know what we’re doing, we’re just doing it. If we had a manifesto it would probably be ‘We have no idea’, I quite like the way that stuff just seems to happen.”

The route may not have been planned with military precision but the boys in the band have always known the destination they wanted to reach. The Koisser half of the band, brothers Sam and Harry, were born in Kidderminster and thanks to their parents, alumni of “really 80’s” new romantic band ‘3 to Midnight’, they were provided with instruments to play with from an early age. “I always wanted to be a drummer because my dad was a drummer and I thought it was the coolest thing ever” says Harry, “I was 9 when I started playing drums but a couple of years later I saw a video of Jimmy Paige playing live in 1975 with these flares on, covered in moons and stars, and I was like ‘Oh my god guitar is the coolest thing ever’ so I started learning guitar when I was about 11”.

When Harry started playing with his first teenage band, the delightfully monikered Farmyard Juice, brother Sam picked up a bass and joined in; but it wasn’t until Harry, the younger Koisser, went to 6th form college in Worcester that he met the lads that were to make up the rest of Peace. A cover of Sting’s ‘Shape Of My Heart’ sealed the deal in terms of the boys deciding they wanted to make music together, sowing the seeds that Peace’s sound would eventually sprout from. It’s a big mix of everything that comes to us naturally from what we grew up listening to; we don’t want to push a particular sound consciously. It’s a bit 60’s, a bit 80’s, a bit psychedelic… a lot of the stuff sounds like 90’s pop music, a lot of structure from songs I remember listening to as a kid. If you look at the tracklisting of The Greatest Hits Of 1997 every song is set into my brain, that’s the first music I was into that was really of the time. With our sound it's like the drums are to the point but beautifully constructed and the bass is groovy and delicious. The guitars are making love and the whole thing explodes sometimes. Actually I don't know; I have no idea what our sound really is. We kind of like not really knowing or needing to know.”

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PEACE

Trying to pin down the sound of Peace is a tricky business. The Birmingham-based four piece, brought together by bonds created by siblings, scrapping and school, have careered from the classroom to Columbia Records in a short period of time and lead singer Harry Koisser reflects that it’s probably the lack of a precise plan that has allowed them to travel so far so fast. “I’ve been thinking recently we don’t know what we’re doing, we’re just doing it. If we had a manifesto it would probably be ‘We have no idea’, I quite like the way that stuff just seems to happen.”

The route may not have been planned with military precision but the boys in the band have always known the destination they wanted to reach. The Koisser half of the band, brothers Sam and Harry, were born in Kidderminster and thanks to their parents, alumni of “really 80’s” new romantic band ‘3 to Midnight’, they were provided with instruments to play with from an early age. “I always wanted to be a drummer because my dad was a drummer and I thought it was the coolest thing ever” says Harry, “I was 9 when I started playing drums but a couple of years later I saw a video of Jimmy Paige playing live in 1975 with these flares on, covered in moons and stars, and I was like ‘Oh my god guitar is the coolest thing ever’ so I started learning guitar when I was about 11”.

When Harry started playing with his first teenage band, the delightfully monikered Farmyard Juice, brother Sam picked up a bass and joined in; but it wasn’t until Harry, the younger Koisser, went to 6th form college in Worcester that he met the lads that were to make up the rest of Peace. A cover of Sting’s ‘Shape Of My Heart’ sealed the deal in terms of the boys deciding they wanted to make music together, sowing the seeds that Peace’s sound would eventually sprout from. It’s a big mix of everything that comes to us naturally from what we grew up listening to; we don’t want to push a particular sound consciously. It’s a bit 60’s, a bit 80’s, a bit psychedelic… a lot of the stuff sounds like 90’s pop music, a lot of structure from songs I remember listening to as a kid. If you look at the tracklisting of The Greatest Hits Of 1997 every song is set into my brain, that’s the first music I was into that was really of the time. With our sound it's like the drums are to the point but beautifully constructed and the bass is groovy and delicious. The guitars are making love and the whole thing explodes sometimes. Actually I don't know; I have no idea what our sound really is. We kind of like not really knowing or needing to know.”

This biography was provided by the artist or their representative.

PEACE

Trying to pin down the sound of Peace is a tricky business. The Birmingham-based four piece, brought together by bonds created by siblings, scrapping and school, have careered from the classroom to Columbia Records in a short period of time and lead singer Harry Koisser reflects that it’s probably the lack of a precise plan that has allowed them to travel so far so fast. “I’ve been thinking recently we don’t know what we’re doing, we’re just doing it. If we had a manifesto it would probably be ‘We have no idea’, I quite like the way that stuff just seems to happen.”

The route may not have been planned with military precision but the boys in the band have always known the destination they wanted to reach. The Koisser half of the band, brothers Sam and Harry, were born in Kidderminster and thanks to their parents, alumni of “really 80’s” new romantic band ‘3 to Midnight’, they were provided with instruments to play with from an early age. “I always wanted to be a drummer because my dad was a drummer and I thought it was the coolest thing ever” says Harry, “I was 9 when I started playing drums but a couple of years later I saw a video of Jimmy Paige playing live in 1975 with these flares on, covered in moons and stars, and I was like ‘Oh my god guitar is the coolest thing ever’ so I started learning guitar when I was about 11”.

When Harry started playing with his first teenage band, the delightfully monikered Farmyard Juice, brother Sam picked up a bass and joined in; but it wasn’t until Harry, the younger Koisser, went to 6th form college in Worcester that he met the lads that were to make up the rest of Peace. A cover of Sting’s ‘Shape Of My Heart’ sealed the deal in terms of the boys deciding they wanted to make music together, sowing the seeds that Peace’s sound would eventually sprout from. It’s a big mix of everything that comes to us naturally from what we grew up listening to; we don’t want to push a particular sound consciously. It’s a bit 60’s, a bit 80’s, a bit psychedelic… a lot of the stuff sounds like 90’s pop music, a lot of structure from songs I remember listening to as a kid. If you look at the tracklisting of The Greatest Hits Of 1997 every song is set into my brain, that’s the first music I was into that was really of the time. With our sound it's like the drums are to the point but beautifully constructed and the bass is groovy and delicious. The guitars are making love and the whole thing explodes sometimes. Actually I don't know; I have no idea what our sound really is. We kind of like not really knowing or needing to know.”

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