Purveyors of headphones Skullcandy have announced a new series of films that aim to bring to life and showcase iconic music venues, dubbed #STAYLOUD. First up? Hammersmith Palais.

Now the site of a PureGym and student halls, this once-thriving bastion of live music, which opened in 1919 as Hammersmith Palais de Danse, played host to innumerable acts, including The Beatles, The Rolling Stones, David Bowie, The Who, The Sex Pistols and The Clash. And it's this illustrious history that Skullcandy aim to celebrate with the inaugural show in their new #STAYLOUD series.

Following in the footsteps of the past and perpetuating the Hammersmith Palais' legacy of accommodating new and exciting British bands, Skullcandy invited Worcester-born band Peace to tear up a stage built specially for this occasion. Watch them bring the live sprit of the Hammersmith Palais to life again in the video below.

Skullcandy European Marketing Director, Thierry Peuchot, said of their burgeoning series of events:

"Celebrating the importance of these great venues and making them #stayloud with some of today’s best music artists is something we are proud to have conceived and see come to life. The history of live music is as important as the present and by merging the two, we hope these films will inform and excite those too young to have experienced these venues as well as those old enough to remember."

The next #STAYLOUD event/film will take place at the former site of Parisian punk venue, Le Rose Bonbon – now a popular restaurant.