Watch: Palace - Lover (Don’t Let Me Down)

Watch: Palace - Lover (Don’t Let Me Down)

Get a taste of the outfit’s dreamy live shows with this new clip, before witnessing it for yourself at their upcoming Australian tour.

 

Image credit Daniel Harris

British indie-pop band Palace have had a big year, releasing their 12-track LP Shoals (which you can read more about here) which was followed by a massive sold out 21-date US/ Canadian tour, a Bullion remix of Gravity, and now a new live video for their track Lover (Don't Let Me Down), alongside some Australian tour dates to close the year out. 

With a drum beat analogous to the soothing sound of waves reaching the shore, trills of electric guitars, warm swirls of bass, and crooning vocals come together to form the track Lover (Don't Let Me Down) - and it’s a captivating accompaniment to reminiscent a montage of live footage that’s been delightfully woven together. With cuts between large crowds of adoring fans, streets, landscapes, Palace on stage, backstage, on streets, and outside venues, it’s impossible not to get swept up in the electrifying buzz of it all, and want to be a part of it.  

The good news is for those on Australia’s east coast you can catch Palace live this December as they play Naarm/ Melbourne, Meijing/ Brisbane, and Eora/Sydney. Be sure to check the dates - and for those elsewhere in Australia, live vicariously through the Lover (Don't Let Me Down) below.  

Palace's latest album Palace is out now via Fiction Records / Virgin Music Australia.

PALACE - AUSTRALIAN TOUR 2022

SAT, DEC 3 | MELBOURNE, THE CROXTON *SOLD OUT*

TUE, DEC 6 | BRISBANE, THE TIVOLI

THU, DEC 8 | SYDNEY, ROUNDHOUSE

TICKETS ON SALE VIA Live Nation

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