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Palace "Bitter"

  • London's latest buzz band drops atmospheric video for subtly anthemic 'Bitter'

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    "Bitter," the second track from upstart UK act Palace, is a perfectly autumnal anthem, all warm guitars and comforting, catchy vocals. Now with nearly 140,000 plays on Souncloud, the track has a video that builds on the atmospheric vibe. Working in flawless unison with the tune, the Liam Saint-Pierre-directed video finds a nameless protagonist waking up alone in the woods, before searching frantically for an equally nameless young woman, who may or may not be real. Watch above. 

    Taken off of their forthcoming “Lost in the Night” EP it’s a heady piece of subtly anthemic guitar rock, with a focus on Leo Wyndham’s soaring vocals which sit in dominance at the fore, presiding over a lilting set of woozy riffs that hark back to the early days of indie stalwarts like Bombay Bicycle Club and the Mystery Jets.

    Working in perfect unison with the Liam Saint-Pierre-directed video, the clip plays off the story of Adam and Eve, exploring themes of obsession and desire and acting as a superb accompaniment to the song. Having already been hand picked by Jamie T to support him at his show in Tufnell Park, this is another strong calling card from a band who are rapidly making a name for themselves. We can’t wait to see what they do next.

    - See more at: http://www.wonderlandmagazine.com/2014/09/video-premiere-palace-bitter/#sthash.YrGKw2Nr.dpuf

    Taken off of their forthcoming “Lost in the Night” EP it’s a heady piece of subtly anthemic guitar rock, with a focus on Leo Wyndham’s soaring vocals which sit in dominance at the fore, presiding over a lilting set of woozy riffs that hark back to the early days of indie stalwarts like Bombay Bicycle Club and the Mystery Jets.

    Working in perfect unison with the Liam Saint-Pierre-directed video, the clip plays off the story of Adam and Eve, exploring themes of obsession and desire and acting as a superb accompaniment to the song. Having already been hand picked by Jamie T to support him at his show in Tufnell Park, this is another strong calling card from a band who are rapidly making a name for themselves. We can’t wait to see what they do next.

    - See more at: http://www.wonderlandmagazine.com/2014/09/video-premiere-palace-bitter/#sthash.YrGKw2Nr.dpuf

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