Four-piece also set to join Jamie T on EU tour
STREAM: LOST IN THE NIGHT EP’ BELOW
Palace are excited to add a second date at Shoreditch’s Red Gallery on 10 April, following selling out the first night of the 350 capacity venue two months in advance.
Tickets are on sale now
The four-piece recently played to packed out crowds at Eurosonic festival and return to Europe this Monday 9 February to join Jamie T on tour.
Palace were first hand-picked by Jamie T to support him at his London comeback show back in August. Their debut EP, Lost In The Night, was released late October via tastemaker label Beatnik Creative. What happened inbetween saw the act ride a wave of overwhelming critical and fan support and found themselves rightly billed as ‘ones to watch.’
They had daytime spins on BBC Radio 1, a ‘Next Hype’ from Zane Lowe, recorded a session with Huw Stephens, found fans with 6 Music’s Lauren Laverne and XFM’s John Kennedy and sold-out their two debut headline shows at St. Pancras Old Church, before heading out on their first UK tour.
It’s tantalising to consider what 2015 will bring to Palace.
STREAM: LOST IN THE NIGHT EP’
PALACE ARE Leo Wyndham (vocal, guitar), Rupert Turner (guitar), Will Dorey (bass) and Matt Hodges (drums)
JAMIE T EU TOUR:
9 February – Postbanhof, Berlin
10 February – Mojo, Hamburg
11 February – Gloria, Cologne
13 February – Flèche d’Or, Paris
14 February – Orangerie, Brussels
16 February – Tolhuistuin, Amsterdam
6 March – Where The World Things Are festival, Zeewolde, Netherlands
9 April – Red Gallery Shoreditch, London – SOLD OUT
10 April – Red Gallery Shoreditch, London
“It’s darkly beautiful, with twilight seeming to break through every note.” – CLASH
“It’s a romance-bloomed introduction of the highest order.” – DIY
“Their blend of spot-on vocals, soulful, vintage-sounding blues and David Lynch-esque guitars has not only won fans in our office, but flattering comparisons with Foals and Buffalo Springfield.” – Esquire
“an echo drenched sound reminiscent of early Foals… Bitter is full of beguiling chords and subtly audacious tempo changes” – The Guardian
“One of our favourite new bands.” – Huw Stephens
“Funky and dreamy” – The Independent
“The award for the fastest rise of 2014 goes to Palace.” – NME
“It will hug your ears with its warm guitars and comforting vocals…full of ambition.” Noisey
“This lo-fi gem features some impeccable bluesy guitar noodling and carries a general sense of languid melancholy.” – The Sun
“Layered in warm guitars and brooding melodies, Palace’s debut TP has the ability to both soothe and sting. Lead singer Leo Wyndham’s aching vocals add to a blues-tinged, dreamy atmosphere that slowly expands into a more raw, spiky sound. The newcomers supported Jamie T at his recent sold-out London show – expect things from them.” – Shortlist
“A heady piece of subtly anthemic guitar rock.” – Wonderland