After their ‘In Love’ campaign last year, Peace are returning to the road with an 18-date headlining stint across the UK. It’s only one year since their debut album and they are already forging ahead with album #2 – something fans can keep track of on

In celebration of this (and in true Peace fashion), they’re making their way back on tour to take in the towns and cities they couldn’t visit in December.

Kicking off with a triple threat of shows headlining Dot-to-Dot, a festival they also played in 2012 at the other end of the bill, they make their way across the UK with a brief trip to Russia for the Ahmad Tea Music Festival in Moscow. In addition, this summer sees Peace gracing the main stage at Reading & Leeds, where last year they packed out the NME tent with an early afternoon slot.

As an idea of what you could be missing out on, Jonnie Craig has captured the spark and youthful abandon with which their growing crowds of fans get involved in this Tour Trailer:

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23/5 Dot-to-dot Festival – Manchester/The Ritz

24/5 Dot-to-dot Festival – Bristol/O2 Academy

25/5 Dot-to-dot Festival – Nottingham/Rock City

27/5 University Ballroom – Keele

28/5 Parr Hall – Warrington

29/5 Brewery Arts Centre – Kendal

31/5 Fat Sams – Dundee

1/6 Ironworks – Inverness

2/6 Empire – Middlesbrough

4/6 Central Station – Wrexham

5/6 Arts Centre -Aberystwyth

7/6 Ahmad Tea Music Festival – Moscow, Russia

9/6 The Assembly – Leamington Spa

10/6 Komedia – Bath

11/6 Princess Pavilion – Falmouth

12/6 Sin City – Swansea

13/6 Pavilion – Worthing

15/6 Isle Of Wight Festival – Newport

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