Palladium will release their new single 'High 5' on November 5th. It is the follow-up to their debut single 'Happy Hour' which put the band firmly in the spotlight and sold out its limited edition run in a day, with demand far exceeding supply.
Since returning from LA where they recorded their debut album with Tony Hoffer, Palladium have spent the summer touring, including a residency at the Barfly. They recently supported Palladium-fan Amy Winehouse at Somerset House and have also played dates with Mika and Mystery Jets. Their album will be released in January.
If you haven't caught the Palladium live experience yet, they have just announced another series of dates in September and October.
Thurs 11 York- Fibbers
Fri12 Glasgow - King Tuts
Sun 14 Sheffield - Lead Mill
Mon 15 Nottingham -The Social
Tue 16 Hull -The Lamp
Wed 17 Birmingham - Bar Academy
Thur18 Liverpool -Korova
Sat 20 Leeds - Faversham
Sun 21 Manchester - Dry Bar
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