Europe 2024

Live Music Hall, Köln
Fr, 01.11.2024
Einlass: 19:00 Uhr
Beginn: 20:00 Uhr
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Off the back of a simply extraordinary, intimate performance at London’s EartH last week which saw the band play their entire forthcoming new album in full, Palace today announce a full Oct/Nov UK & European tour. The UK run will include their biggest ever headline show, at London’s Eventim Apollo.

The new record’s production sees the band reunited with Adam Jaffrey, 8 years after working together on their debut album, So Long Forever, and arrives off the back of Part I – When Everything Was Lost’ and ‘Part II – Nightmares & Ice Cream’, the band’s 2023 companion EPs.

While writing the first batch of songs for the album, frontman Leo Wyndham’s partner suffered a late miscarriage. Ultrasound naturally became an open diary of a year-long struggle from devastation to deliverance. “It was incredibly hard to comprehend what had happened, how to deal with it and how to move forward,” Leo says. “The album is the journey of that experience – starting with a loss, then a period of processing, and then finally acceptance, release and growth. And being in awe of women within that. Their dignity, strength and courage in how they can deal with these things that feel beyond a man.

Leo, guitarist Rupert Turner and drummer Matt Hodges began playing together in 2012 after fate had brought them all separately to London. The childhood friends released their acclaimed debut EP Lost In The Night in 2014, followed by the Chase The Light EP the year after. With three albums under their belt, So Long Forever, Life After and 2022’s Shoals, the band have acquired a mass of adoring fans across the world.

Palace gear up for one of the biggest years of their careers.