Birmingham band PEACE have unveiled new song ‘World Pleasure’ as a taster to their forthcoming second album.

The six-minute song sees a mix of influences from New Order and Primal Scream combined with spoken and softly rapped lyrics. Together this creates a semi-dance vibe in what can be described as a modern ode to World Peace. Lyrics include the lines “please don’t send me off to war/that’s not what my body’s for”.

Frontman Harry Kossier recently said, about the second album:

We’re thinking a bit more. So in terms of songs, the first record was just me shouting and emotional vomiting. This one is more the world being chewed up and spat out again. I feel strongly about this record and it seems like its going to be really good.

Peace are set to embark on a UK tour in May.

The full list of dates are as follows:

MAY
27 – Ballroom, Keele University
28 – Parr Hall, Warrington
29 – Brewery Arts Centre, Kendal
31 – Fat Sams, Dundee

JUNE
01 – Ironworks, Inverness
02 – Empire, Middlesbrough
04 – Central Station, Wrexham
05 – Arts Centre, Aberystwyth
09 – The Assembly, Leamington Spa
10 – Komedia, Bath
11 – Princess Pavilion, Falmouth
12 – Sin City, Swansea
13 – Pavillion, Worthing

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