Album Review: Peace-In Love

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ImageIn recent times, there’s been a whole bunch of British bands that are channeling scenes of olde. Palma Violets are doing 80’s British pub rock quite well and Temples are blowing up with Madchester written all over their tracks. Well, Worcester’s Peace are perfectly reminiscent of all the better Britpop acts, and not just in the vague one-word band name’s either. Blur, Oasis and Pulp are super involved in the sound of Peace, and for the most part, it sounds pretty great.

Unfortunately, Peace don’t get off to the greatest of starts. Opener ‘Higher than the Sun’, which shares the name of one of Primal Scream’s better songs off their best album (furthering my Britpop affair hypothesis), seems flat and uninspired. The chorus, assumedly meant to be a full on flush of colour and sound, seems to me to just mimic that to the best of it’s abilities. However, with…

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Author: Herman Clive Quotes.

Am Ugandan, Writer, Information Junkie, love Activism for Human rights and Freedom.

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