Palma Violets announce LA date at The Echo in support of new album, Danger In The Club

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Palma Violets are back in Los Angeles with a headlining show date scheduled at The Echo on Wednesday March 25th! The UK rockers are touring in support of their second album, Danger In The Club. The album was produced by John Leckie (The Stone Roses, The Verve, Radiohead) and is set for release on May 5th via Rough Trade. To celebrate the new album, Palma Violets have shared the official video for the title track of their new album. Interesting enough, the video was shot all in one take, and directed by Roger Sargent.

In addition to Palma Violets’ LA date at The Echo, the band are also scheduled to perform at Burgerama at The Observatory in Santa Ana. More tour dates below.

Tickets to Palma Violets at The Echo are priced at $15.00 – $17.00 and the show is 18 and over. Tickets go on sale Thursday, February 19th (that’s today) at 12pm!

GET TICKETS TO PALMA VIOLETS AT THE ECHO!

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Palma Violets – Danger in the Club Tracklist:

1. Sweet Violets
2. Hollywood (I Got It)
3. Girl, you couldn’t do much better (On The Beach)
4. Danger in the Club
5. Coming Over to My Place
6. Secrets of America
7. The Jacket Song
8. Matador
9. Gout! Gang! Go!
10. Walking Home
11. Peter and the Gun
12. No Money Honey
13. English Tongue

PALMA VIOLETS – 2015 US TOUR DATES:

Mar 16 Brooklyn NY Baby’s All Right
Mar 17-22 SXSW
Mar 24 San Francisco, CA Rickshaw Stop
Mar 25 Los Angeles, CA The Echo
Mar 28 Santa Ana, CA Burgerama at the Observatory
May 8-10 Atlanta, GA Shaky Knees Festival

Palma Violets – “Danger In The Club” (Official Video)

 

Palma Violets – “Best of Friends”

 

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