Peace have announced two more Manchester dates as part of their upcoming UK tour.

The Birmingham four-piece will hit the road, in January, February and March to launch their second album, Happy People.

The new album, which will be released on February 9, follows last year’s debut In Love.

The new gigs at The Deaf Institute on Friday, March 13, and Saturday, March 14, following a previously sold out date at the venue on Thursday, March 12.

The band, consisting of frontman Harry Kossier,  his brother Samuel (bass), Douglas Castle (guitar) and Dominic Boyce (drums), originally formed in Birmingham in 2010.

The four piece gained a live following while playing at a tech house night in the second city, where they played every month and built up a fan base.

Peace play: 

Thurs Jan 15th, Liverpool Kazimier

Thurs Jan 22nd, Bristol Exchange SOLD OUT

Friday Jan 23rd, Bristol The Fleece  *NEW DATE

Sat Jan 24th, Birmingham The Library at the Institute SOLD OUT

Thurs Jan 29th, Leeds Brudenell Social Club SOLD OUT

Fri Jan 30th, Sheffield Queens Social Club SOLD OUT

Sat Jan 31st, Sheffield Queens Social Club *NEW DATE

Thurs Feb 5th, Nottingham Bodega SOLD OUT

Fri Feb 6th, Nottingham Bodega *NEW DATE

Thurs Feb 12th, Norwich Waterfront Studio

Thurs March 5th, Newcastle Cluny SOLD OUT

Thurs March 12th, Manchester Deaf Institute SOLD OUT

Fri March 13th, Manchester Deaf Institute *NEW DATE

Sat March 14th – Manchester Deaf Institute *NEW DATE

Tues March 17th, Glasgow King Tuts *NEW DATE

Weds March 18th, Glasgow King Tuts SOLD OUT

Fri March 20th, Dublin Whelan’s

Thurs March 26th, Brighton The Haunt

Fri March 27th, Brighton The Haunt  *NEW DATE

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