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Palace release new single and video for ‘Running Wild’

“Palace are one of those great bands who slot into your life like a perfectly fitted puzzle piece… This is good music: free from any constraints, hype, trendiness” – Noisey

Following the announcement of their sophomore album ‘Life After’ and a sold-out February UK tour, Palace today reveal the album’s fourth single ‘Running Wild’. The soaring track is accompanied by a stunning cinematic video directed by Daniel Alexander Harris (Fickle Friends, Nina Nesbitt) and starring Clea Martin who plays the protagonist Arden; trapped living with an oppressive guardian, the video sees her crossing the front door that had become more than just a physical barrier and stepping out into the world to make a life on her own terms.

The London-based band have also recently announced full UK and European tours for October and November this year, culminating in their biggest live show to date at Camden Roundhouse, as well as Latitude, Truck and Mad Cool Festivals this July. ‘Life After’ follows Palace’s acclaimed 2016 debut album ‘So Long Forever’ and will be released on July 12th. After demoing the tracks at their Tottenham studio The Arch, Palace turned to Catherine Marks (2018’s UK Producer of the Year; St Vincent, Wolf Alice and PJ Harvey) at Willesden’s Assault & Battery studios and Luke Smith (Foals, Slow Club) at Jump Studios in Tottenham to record the album in summer 2018.

‘Life After’ is a stunning album with a clear message; hope. Its eleven tracks are among the finest the band have produced, full of the melodic warmth and rich textures that earned them legions of fans overnight following the release of their debut EP in 2014. It is an album in equal parts about loss as well as a manual to moving on, stronger than before. Having built a dedicated live following through mesmerising shows at some of the country’s finest venues, Palace will play some of the world’s biggest festivals including a prime slot at Glastonbury this summer before their autumn tours, with live dates below and even more to be announced:

Palace Live Dates:

June

Weds 26th- 30th GLASTONBURY, Glastonbury Festival

Thurs 27th LEUVEN, Rock Werchter

July

Fri 12th MADRID, Mad Cool Festival

Thurs 18th -Sun 21st SUFFOLK, Latitude Festival

Fri 26th- Sun 28th OXFORD, Truck Festival

November

Fri 1st NOTTINGHAM, Rescue Rooms

Sat 2nd BRISTOL, Anson Rooms

Sun 3rd NEWCASTLE, Riverside

Mon 4th GLASGOW, St Lukes

Weds 6th DUBLIN, Button Factory

Thurs 7th MANCHESTER, Academy 2

Fri 8th LEEDS, University Stylus

Sat 9th LONDON, Camden Roundhouse