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Palace Announce February UK And Ireland Tour, Release New Single Heaven Up There

Friday, 19 October 2018 Written by Laura Johnson

Photo: Thomas Jackson

Palace have announced a UK and Ireland tour.

The London-based trio will call in Bristol, Nottingham, Leeds, Edinburgh, Manchester, Dublin, Brighton and London, where they'll play the Village Underground, between February 18 and 26. Tickets go on sale from 10am on October 24.

Alongside the announcement of the shows the band have shared a new single, Heaven Up There. It's a melodic indie-rock track that will most likely get a thumbs up from any fans of City and Colour. It clocks in at just over seven minutes but it's a lovely listen, so stick with it.

Palace released their debut album, 'So Long Forever', in 2016.

Palace Upcoming Tour Dates are as follows

Mon February 18 2019 - BRISTOL Exchange
Tue February 19 2019 - NOTTINGHAM Bodega Social Club
Wed February 20 2019 - LEEDS Belgrave
Thu February 21 2019 - EDINBURGH Mash House
Fri February 22 2019 - MANCHESTER Band on the Wall
Sat February 23 2019 - DUBLIN Workmans Club
Mon February 25 2019 - BRIGHTON Hope and Ruin Brighton
Tue February 26 2019 - LONDON Village Underground

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