Palma Violets announce new album ‘Danger In The Club’, premiere title-track

Palma Violets live in New York (Photo: Paul Bachmann for Live4ever)

Palma Violets live in New York (Photo: Paul Bachmann for Live4ever)

New music from Palma Violets is with us in the form of ‘Danger In The Club‘, which was premiered on Zane Lowe’s BBC Radio 1 show yesterday (February 16th).

An official video can be seen here as the track acts as the lead single to its parent album of the same name, which will be released on May 4th through Rough Trade. It all brings to an end a fairly quiet period for the band since 2013’s carefree debut ‘180‘ – a time when Chilli Jesson has admitted they ‘forgot how to write songs’ after becoming immersed in life on the road.

“We didn’t even give a shit, I couldn’t even read a book, let alone write songs,” he told DIY. “We made a conscious decision after Reading 2013 to go and write in Wales. We met these two hippy folk, they’re very spiritual people. They sing a song on our album.”

Palma Violets were back out on the stage last month in support of Independent Venue Week, and are now headlining the 2015 NME Awards tour. A visit to Texas for this year’s South By Southwest Festival is also on the horizon.

‘Danger in the Club’ tracklist:

‘Sweet Violets’
‘Hollywood (I Got It)’
‘Girl, You Couldn’t Do Much Better On The Beach’
‘Danger In The Club’
‘Coming Over To My Place’
‘Secrets Of America’
‘The Jacket Song’
‘Matador’
‘Gout! Gang! Go!’
‘Walking Home’
‘Peter and The Gun’

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