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Palma Violets release album ‘Danger In The Club’

Palma Violets release album ‘Danger In The Club’

The South London four piece release their eagerly anticipated second album ‘Danger In The Club’ via Rough Trade.

Palma Violets have gone from putting on riotous DIY gigs in their London studio to traveling the world playing to sold-out crowds and festivals including Coachella and Glastonbury. Their debut ‘180’ had been lauded by press outlets including the New York Times, who called the album “raggedly charming,” and Rolling Stone, who praised its “garageland guitars… and psych-nuggets organ” and declared the album one of 2013’s best debuts.

Produced by the venerable John Leckie, the band's new album ‘Danger In The Club’ has been described to have a 'sheen of sophistication' by Rolling Stone and has received critical acclaim from publications such as The Guardian, describing it as;

"Loud, swaggering post-punk... The likes of Hollywood (I Got It) and English Tongue are huge-spirited, singalong rockers that seem to teeter on the edge of chaos". 

'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'
'No Money Honey'
'English Tongue'

Palma Violets - 'English Tongue' (Audio)