TOUR & SINGLE NEWS: Palace April 2017 dates & new single ‘Bitter’ out 27th April

Dates include Sheffield, Leeds & Manchester


PALACE’s new single ‘Bitter’ will impact on 27th April on Fiction Records. The track is a gateway to the centre of front man Leo Wyndham’s soul and explores some of our darkest emotions. Leo says, “Bitter is a song about jealousy and what that all consuming feeling can be like. It looks at the destructive nature of jealousy and how poisonous it can be.”

Ahead of the forthcoming tour, Palace have just been announced as support to Mumford and Son’s intimate charity show in aid of the Felix Project, the proceeds of which will go towards helping to tackle the food waste and food poverty in London. “It’s a total privilege to be involved with such an amazing charity, and one that’s addressing such a serious problem in our city,” Leo says. “It’s wonderful to see a charity like The Felix Project really raise awareness and help to tackle food waste and poverty in London. Hopefully the evening will raise enough money to really make a difference. We feel incredibly lucky to be a part of it all.”

Palace released their dark, enchanting debut album ‘So Long Forever’ last November. Palace, who have been described as this generation’s most moving evolution in alt-rock, sing of heartbreak, family ructions, death and diving headfirst into relationships they know will destroy them. They make sumptuous, soulful rock music in a dour ex-munitions factory. They’re the fatalistic sound of the future.

Palace have been busy in the studio working on new material, which they will be revealing on tour this spring.

UK Live Dates

Apr-03 – Leicester, The Cookie (14+)
Apr-04 – Nottingham, Bodega (14+)
Apr-05 – Sheffield, The Harley (18+)
Apr-06 – Leeds, Belgrave Music Hall (14+)
Apr-07 – Newcastle, Cluny 2 (14+)
Apr-08 – Edinburgh, Electric Circus (14+)
Apr-10 – Manchester, Ruby Lounge (14+)
Apr-11 – Liverpool, Buyers Club (14+)
Apr- 13 – Belfast, Voodoo (18+)
Apr-18 – Birmingham, O2 Institute 3 (14+)
Apr-19 – Bristol, Thekla (14+)
Apr-20 – Cardiff, Clwb Ifor Bach (14+)
Apr-21 – Oxford, The Bullingdon (14+)
Apr-25 – Guildford, Boileroom (14+)
Apr-26 – Reading, South Street Arts Centre (14+)
Apr-27 – London, Shepherds Bush Empire (14+)

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