Includes unlimited streaming via the free Bandcamp app, plus high-quality download in MP3, FLAC and more.
Includes a bonus track- a radio promo spot created by the firm ANDO-PR to promote the release. Also includes 3 document downloads: the onesheet, the bio, and the text only lyrics to the unreleased track "Do Drink And Drive".
Based out of Kamloops, BC, PEACE is a funk-rock quintet comprised of two guitarists, a bassist, a percussionist, and an additional bassist. The band’s music is multi-culti-folk-hop, a socially-conscious jam-slam avalanche of killer hooks and fantastic grooves. With influences ranging from 311 to Rusted Root, the end result is a jah-monkey trance sound that is minimal, maximal, tasty and tight. Got it? Good.
In recent years, PEACE has averaged 85 shows annually—including tour sup- port for Mount Eerie and an appearance at What-the-Heck Fest—both at home in British Columbia and on the road. The band is currently working with Maple Booking (Hamilton, ON) and is sure to see an increase in their shows upon the release of this debut album. They have also played Pendleton, Oregon with YACHT.
After starting out as Squad Boys in 2003—their three-song demo cd, featuring the blazing non-album cut “Hamburgers” is desperately out of print—the group changed their name to PEACE and recorded “ON EARTH” with Phil Elverum
in Fort Lauderdale, Florida. With uzi-like melodies and an uncanny sense of the rhythms of human sex, “ON EARTH” is a loose cannon, heart-on-the-crotch love letter to the world at large. There’s just one question: is the world ready for aggressive PEACE?
Originally released by P.W. Elverum & Sun in 2007 as a CDR, sold out, now available only in this digital version.