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Palm Reader Push Back Release Of New Album 'Sleepless'

Wednesday, 23 September 2020 Written by Laura Johnson

Palm Reader have pushed back the release of their second album.

'Sleepless' was due to arrive on October 30 as their debut for Holy Roar Records, but following allegations of sexual assault and sexual misconduct against the label's founder Alex Fitzpatrick they will no longer be working with Holy Roar.

The follow-up to 2018's 'Braille' will be released on November 27 through Church Road Records, a UK label founded in 2017 by Sammy Urwin and co-run by Justine Jones. In a social media post, the band said:

"Justine & Sammy have been friends of ours for years and have supported Palm Reader since day 1. We are honoured to work with these seasoned pros from our hometown and are so excited that they’ve started up their own label."

We are immensely proud to announce the release of SLEEPLESS on November 27th through Church Road Records. Justine &...

Posted by Palm Reader on Wednesday, 23 September 2020

We spoke with the Nottingham quintet at last summer's ArcTanGent festival about writing and recording the new album. Head here to check out that interview.



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