Peace frontman Harrison Koisser has admitted that he's influenced by 90s girlband The Spice Girls.
The band are one of the hotly tipped bands of 2013, and one of the many leading a revival in the guitar music scene, and have revealed an unlikely interest in the Spice Girls debut album Spice when finalising the tracklist for their debut album.
"We were actually talking about our tracklisting yesterday for the album and I was comparing all our songs to songs on Spice," Koisser tells Gigwise, "and then saying what order they would've been in, if they were Spice."
Koisser added, "And then, you know, I took a long hard look in the mirror."
On the other end of the spectrum, Koisser considers the band's best influence to be Led Zeppelin, admitting that he's previously referred to himself as a 'Zep-child'.
He said, "I've loved them since I was a child. My dad has one of John Bonham's snare drums, which we actually used on our album.
"I've got signed stuff and some records and I've got a really old Zeppelin tour t-shirt as well, which I love. "
Could Viva Forever! soon be seeing a visit from Peace?
Koisser also said that he wants to go see the Spice Girls musical, Viva Forever!, if he can find the time.
He's clearly not put off by bad reviews, as the musical was previously savaged by critics.
The Mirror commented, "Viva Forever? More like clapped-out Vauxhall Viva, five careless owners with far too many miles on the clock."
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