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While Danger In The Club, the follow-up to Palma Violets’ barnstorming debut 180, certainly trades on the primal and joyous hook-laden rock of their debut, their sophomore LP finds the band with a new sonic looseness, revealing far more expansive influences than the still-quite-young quartet had on their debut. This is the sound of a preternaturally talented group of musicians and songwriters continuing to develop, while keeping their focus squarely on the type of well-crafted, singalong anthems that have earned them the adoration of fans and critics. Produced by the legendary John Leckie, Danger In The Club is a brilliant step forward. What the press had to say on 180: Rolling Stone: best debuts of 2013; Pop Matters: “2013’s most essential debut”; New York Times: “raggedly charming”; SPIN: “relentlessly energetic”
While Danger In The Club, the follow-up to Palma Violets’ barnstorming debut 180, certainly trades on the primal and joyous hook-laden rock of their debut, their sophomore LP finds the band with a new sonic looseness, revealing far more expansive influences than the still-quite-young quartet had on their debut. This is the sound of a preternaturally talented group of musicians and songwriters continuing to develop, while keeping their focus squarely on the type of well-crafted, singalong anthems that have earned them the adoration of fans and critics. Produced by the legendary John Leckie, Danger In The Club is a brilliant step forward. What the press had to say on 180: Rolling Stone: best debuts of 2013; Pop Matters: “2013’s most essential debut”; New York Times: “raggedly charming”; SPIN: “relentlessly energetic”
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Danger In The Club [Vinyl]
Artist: Palma Violets
Format: Vinyl
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While Danger In The Club, the follow-up to Palma Violets’ barnstorming debut 180, certainly trades on the primal and joyous hook-laden rock of their debut, their sophomore LP finds the band with a new sonic looseness, revealing far more expansive influences than the still-quite-young quartet had on their debut. This is the sound of a preternaturally talented group of musicians and songwriters continuing to develop, while keeping their focus squarely on the type of well-crafted, singalong anthems that have earned them the adoration of fans and critics. Produced by the legendary John Leckie, Danger In The Club is a brilliant step forward. What the press had to say on 180: Rolling Stone: best debuts of 2013; Pop Matters: “2013’s most essential debut”; New York Times: “raggedly charming”; SPIN: “relentlessly energetic”
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