Will we fall in love with Peace?

Peace have been hotly tipped.
Peace have been hotly tipped.
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This year saw the release of Peace’s debut album and now the indie rock four-piece are on their biggest UK tour to date.

The band, who formed in Worcester, have received critical acclaim for their debut In Love and have become one of the country’s most noted new acts .

They’ll be letting people know what all the fuss is about at a gig on Sunday at Southsea’s Pyramids.

Originally named November And The Criminal, the band formed in 2009 , released an EP and changed their name a year later.

Last year they were nominated for the BBC’s Sound of 2013 poll – a list of hotly tipped new acts – and this year performed in the opening slot on the NME Awards Tour alongside Palma Violets, Miles Kane and headliners Django Django.

In Love debuted at number 16 on the UK Album Chart.

Tickets for Sunday’s Southsea gig are £13.50 in advance. For tickets and information visit pyramids-live.co.uk