Palace Winter release new single “Won’t Be Long” from forthcoming album out in October

September 6, 2020
Photo Credit:  Dennis Morton

Palace Winter
release new single “Won’t Be Long” 

From their upcoming album …Keep Dreaming, Buddy
out 23rd October on Tambourhinoceros 

Australian/Danish duo Palace Winter have released their new single “Won’t Be Long”, the single came out on Friday 28th August and is taken from their forthcoming album … Keep Dreaming Buddy.

Palace Winter · Won't Be Long

Palace Winters Carl Coleman received a shock last year when he learned of a loved one’s urgent illness. In “Won’t Be Long” this sudden reckoning with imminent loss is symbolized by the ghost of a woman, who appears unexpectedly to remind him that it won’t be long until things get better… or worse.  “Why the f*** does s*** like this happen?” asks Coleman, seemingly on his knees, pleading with greater forces in the sky. But despite it’s solemn theme, “Won’t Be Long” is upbeat, danceable, even — pointing with a trickster’s smirk at how we tend to run from life’s difficult confrontations… our ghosts stalking silently behind us.

The intimate and raw lyrics are enhanced with the immersive instrumentation. Experimenting with the electronic elements mixing with their mesmerizing chorus, this track hits every right note. The reflective and raw words projected with such a dynamic and strong force, the ardent orchestration carries you along in this deeply inviting atmosphere. A sense of courage is reflected within the emotive vocal delivery and the hard-hitting flurry of beats.

Palace Winter’s third album …Keep Dreaming, Buddy, out October 23rd on Tambourhinoceros is described as being a portal into their new reality of brighter colours, even more disparate influences, and their ghost’s constant reminders of life’s teetering balance. “Which way is it all going to tip?” asks Coleman. The album also features guest vocalists, Jason Lytle (Grandaddy), Soffie Viemose (Lowly), and Marie Fjelsted (Penny Police).

European live dates 2021:
Mar 6, 2021 – Studenterhus, Odense
Mar 10, 2021 – Gimle, Roskilde
Mar 11, 2021 – VEGA, Copenhagen
Mar 12, 2021 – Radar, Aarhus
Mar 13, 2021 – Spillestedet Harders, Harders
Mar 14, 2021 – Nochtwache, Hamburg – DE
Mar 16, 2021 – Lafayette, London
Mar 17, 2021 – Gorilla, Manchester
Mar 19, 2021 – Wardrobe, Leeds
Mar 20, 2021 – King Tuts, Glasgow
Mar 22, 2021 – Thekla, Bristol
Mar 23, 2021 – Patterns, Brighton

Mar 26, 2021 – Paradiso, Amsterdam – NL
Mar 29, 2021 – Privatclub, Berlin – DE
Mar 30, 2021 – Blue Shell, Cologne – DE

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