Peace signs with Seattle’s Suicide Squeeze Records
Promising local post-punk act Peace has earned some well-deserved recognition in the form of a deal with Seattle’s Suicide Squeeze Records. The label will release the band’s sophomore LP, The World Is Too Much With Us, in October.
“Our friends in Nü Sensae passed the record on to David Dickenson at Suicide Squeeze,” frontman Dan Geddes told the Straight. “He’s a really nice guy. I grew up listening to Modest Mouse and some of the bands he’s put out over the years.”
Look for the album to be a little darker than last year’s fiery My Face. “This one is more dynamic. It has more peaks and valleys,” Geddes said.