“It’s good news and not such good news time… We need to reschedule our EU dates to September 2022.” The sold-out Prague show is now upgraded to Rock Café, 10th September. If the timing does not suit you, you can claim a refund by 21th March 2021. All previously bought tickets remain valid.
“Like a lot of artists, we are still finding COVID and it’s restrictions difficult to navigate and as such have been advised that postponement is either unavoidable or in the best interests of everyone.”
London-based Palace return in 2021 with a first taste of their highly anticipated third album alongside the announcement of an extensive UK, European and North American tour, their biggest to date.The first track to be released from the new album,Gravity, is a woozy, swirling reflection on existentialism that spirals into a soaring breakdown that’s sure to be a fan favourite by the time the band hit the road next February.
2019’s sophomore album Life After is a stunning record with a clear message; hope. Its eleven tracks, including the heart-wrenching Heaven Up There,are full of the melodic warmth and rich textures that have come to define Palace’s sound. It is an album in equal parts about loss as well as a manual to moving on, stronger than before.