Palma Violets – Danger in the Club

Palma Violets – Danger in the Club

By Denise Beltran

Palma Violets (link) have confirmed that their second studio album will be released May 4th and will be titled “Danger In The Club”. They have also
revealed a new song also titled “Danger in the Club”.(If you have not heard of the Palma Violets before, I recommend checking out “Best of Friends” so you get more acquainted with their sound.) The English based band seem more youthful and experimental with the newly unveiled song. The beginning of the song seems very modern but with a hint of 2006 indie rock resonating and the vocals sound deep and similar to The Bravery’s Sam Endicott. Aside from being indie rock, many sounds heard throughout the song are harmonicas which bring a twinge of country element into the song. Most of the tracks in their second album are stated by the band to be demos that were written in the Doghouse studio is Wales where Babyshambles has worked before. The confirmed track list for “Danger In The Club” is as followed:
‘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’

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