Cat No: PALACE012

1. Life after
2. Berlin
3. Younger
4. Face In The Crowd
5. Caught My Breath
6. Martyr
7. All In My Stride
8. No Other
9. Running Wild
10. Bones
11. Heaven Up There

With their sublime second album, Palace have pulled off a rare pop trick. Songs steeped in darkness emerge in to light, from bleak situations spring fresh starts. Bathed in the bands atmospheric alt-rock, the future feels brighter and more optimistic

Life After is both an album about loss and a manual to moving on. Im writing this song, to help you breathe again, sings Leo Wyndham on the opening title track, a shimmering ode to survival. By the epic, seven minute-plus closer Heaven Up There, the theme of Life After is obvious.
Hope, says Leo. Hope and positivity seeing the light at the end of a long tunnel. Its about going through tough times and coming out the other side.

Palace didnt start their second album with any plans in place. Buoyed by the reception of their debut, 2016s So Long Forever, and near two years of sold-out shows and festival slots that won them fans worldwide, the London-based trio of former Dorset school friends had a new-found confidence that they were keen to capture on record.

Life After

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Cat No: PALACE012

1. Life after
2. Berlin
3. Younger
4. Face In The Crowd
5. Caught My Breath
6. Martyr
7. All In My Stride
8. No Other
9. Running Wild
10. Bones
11. Heaven Up There

With their sublime second album, Palace have pulled off a rare pop trick. Songs steeped in darkness emerge in to light, from bleak situations spring fresh starts. Bathed in the band’s atmospheric alt-rock, the future feels brighter and more optimistic

Life After is both an album about loss and a manual to moving on. “I’m writing this song, to help you breathe again,” sings Leo Wyndham on the opening title track, a shimmering ode to survival. By the epic, seven minute-plus closer Heaven Up There, the theme of Life After is obvious.
“Hope,” says Leo. “Hope and positivity – seeing the light at the end of a long tunnel. It’s about going through tough times and coming out the other side.”

Palace didn’t start their second album with any plans in place. Buoyed by the reception of their debut, 2016’s So Long Forever, and near two years of sold-out shows and festival slots that won them fans worldwide, the London-based trio of former Dorset school friends had a new-found confidence that they were keen to capture on record.

Cat No: PALACE013

SIDE A
1. Life after
2. Berlin
3. Younger
4. Face In The Crowd
5. Caught My Breath
6. Martyr

SIDE B
7. All In My Stride
8. No Other
9. Running Wild
10. Bones
11. Heaven Up There

With their sublime second album, Palace have pulled off a rare pop trick. Songs steeped in darkness emerge in to light, from bleak situations spring fresh starts. Bathed in the band’s atmospheric alt-rock, the future feels brighter and more optimistic

Life After is both an album about loss and a manual to moving on. “I’m writing this song, to help you breathe again,” sings Leo Wyndham on the opening title track, a shimmering ode to survival. By the epic, seven minute-plus closer Heaven Up There, the theme of Life After is obvious.
“Hope,” says Leo. “Hope and positivity – seeing the light at the end of a long tunnel. It’s about going through tough times and coming out the other side.”

Palace didn’t start their second album with any plans in place. Buoyed by the reception of their debut, 2016’s So Long Forever, and near two years of sold-out shows and festival slots that won them fans worldwide, the London-based trio of former Dorset school friends had a new-found confidence that they were keen to capture on record.

Cat No: PALACE014

SIDE A
1. Life after
2. Berlin
3. Younger
4. Face In The Crowd
5. Caught My Breath
6. Martyr

SIDE B
7. All In My Stride
8. No Other
9. Running Wild
10. Bones
11. Heaven Up There

With their sublime second album, Palace have pulled off a rare pop trick. Songs steeped in darkness emerge in to light, from bleak situations spring fresh starts. Bathed in the band’s atmospheric alt-rock, the future feels brighter and more optimistic

Life After is both an album about loss and a manual to moving on. “I’m writing this song, to help you breathe again,” sings Leo Wyndham on the opening title track, a shimmering ode to survival. By the epic, seven minute-plus closer Heaven Up There, the theme of Life After is obvious.
“Hope,” says Leo. “Hope and positivity – seeing the light at the end of a long tunnel. It’s about going through tough times and coming out the other side.”

Palace didn’t start their second album with any plans in place. Buoyed by the reception of their debut, 2016’s So Long Forever, and near two years of sold-out shows and festival slots that won them fans worldwide, the London-based trio of former Dorset school friends had a new-found confidence that they were keen to capture on record.

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Genre:Indie Rock Record Label:Fiction Release Date:12/07/2019
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