Palma Violets - Danger In The Club

You can practically smell the elated intoxication on Palma Violet’s return.

It might’ve been two years since Palma Violets released their rip-roaring debut album, but as new track ‘Danger In The Club’ debuted on BBC Radio 1 last night, the four-piece are proving as bold and brash as they ever were. Chiming guitars and dissonant riffs unfurl in the wake of Sam Fryer’s drawling vocals, instantly distinctive against a hazy backdrop of refrains. As the songs chant-a-long chorus drifts into focus you can practically smell the elated intoxication.

“He’s bad to the bone” Fryer and Jesson repeat, sultry and smooth mixing with spirited and sharp. Rousing and rambunctious, the final chorus draws in a soaring harmonica solo before meandering away into quiet. ‘Danger In The Club’ is inebriation, distilled. Boisterous, clamorous, and addictively confident, it’s a perfectly appetising first taste of the bands forthcoming second album, set for release on 4th May.

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