London-based trio Palace has released their new single ‘No Other’ this month, a love letter that lead singer Leo Wyndham wrote about finding love during a dark time in his life.
It’s another strikingly candid track from a band that love to get deeply personal lyrics and bittersweet indie rock involved with the listener. The message is tooted throughout the song. ‘No Other’ is the followup to seven-minute track ‘Heaven Up There’, which marked the bands first single for two years. Lauren Laverne earmarked it as her ‘headphone moment’ on BBC 6 Music.
Talking about the single, Leo said: “’No Other’ is about being rescued by someone at a terrible time I once went through. When all felt lost and hope had faded – love prevailed and I found someone incomparable to anyone – during a dark time in my life. It’s hopeful, blissed out and feels like new life.”
Having been busy over the last year in their Tottenham recording studio, Palace has been building a catalogue of songs for the band’s upcoming tour in February. Most dates have sold out so wrap up your tickets quickly!
– Featured image by Thomas Jackson –
February 2019 tour dates:
18 – The Exchange, Bristol SOLD OUT
19 – Bodega, Nottingham SOLD OUT
20 – Belgrave, Leeds
21 – Mash House, Edinburgh SOLD OUT
22 – Band On The Wall, Manchester SOLD OUT
23 – Workman’s, Dublin
25 – The Hope – Brighton SOLD OUT
26 – Village Underground, London SOLD OUT