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Peace announce vinyl-only release of new album ‘Utopia’

The album had previously been shared on the band's website earlier this year.

By Will Richards

Peace (Picture: Press)

Peace have announced a vinyl release of their fourth album, Utopia, and confirmed a UK tour for later this year.

The Birmingham band announced their comeback earlier this year and revealed that they had shared copies of a new album with fans on their official website.

Now, the album will be released on vinyl on November 3 (pre-order here), with a full streaming and digital release yet to be confirmed.

Peace also revealed earlier this year that they were now a duo, comprising brothers Harry and Sam Koisser. Confirming the departure of guitarist Doug Castle and drummer Dom Boyce, they added: “Also, as some of you have noticed, we are no longer a 4 piece band. D&D have taken a different flight path and are soaring across different skies. But all with monstrously good vibes. So yes, we are a duo. We are not replacing them and Peace is entering a new era in an extremely meaningful way.

The group’s debut album came in 2013’s In Love, which spawned hit singles such as ‘Wraith’, ‘California Daze’ and ‘Follow Baby’. They followed it with 2015’s Happy People and 2018’s Kindness Is The New Rock and Roll.

In November, the band will head out on a UK tour, and you can see the dates below.

3rd – Bath, Komedia
4th – Birmingham, Town Hall
5th – Southampton, Engine Rooms
7th – Leeds, University Stylus
8 – Glasgow, Òran Mór
9 – Newcastle, Wylam Brewery
10 – Sheffield, Foundry
11 – Manchester, New Century Hall
14 – London, Heaven