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Palma Violets - "English Tongue" (video)

The UK's own Palma Violets have a new video in lead-up to their forthcoming LP, Danger in the Club: the dingy rock 'n' roll of "English Tongue".



Danger in the Club is out on 5 May via Rough Trade.

Palma Violets tour dates:

May 8-10 -- Atlanta, GA -- Shaky Knees Festival

May 10 -- Carrboro, NC -- Cat’s Cradle – Back Room

May 11 -- Washington, DC -- Rock & Roll Hotel

May 12 -- Philadelphia, PA -- Johnny Brenda’s

May 14 -- Ferndale, MI -- The Loving Touch

May 15 -- Toronto, ON -- The Garrison

May 16 -- Montreal, QC -- Petit Campus

May 18 -- New York, NY -- Bowery Ballroom

May 19 -- Allston, MA -- Great Scott

May 20 -- New York, NY -- Music Hall of Williamsburg

May 21 -- Pittsburgh, PA -- Brillobox

May 22 -- Columbus, OH -- The A&R Music Bar

May 23 -- Chicago, IL -- Lincoln Hall

May 25 -- Minneapolis, MN -- 7th Street Entry

May 26 -- Omaha, NE -- The Waiting Room

May 29 -- Denver, CO -- Larimer Lounge

May 30 -- Salt Lake City, UT -- Kilby Court

June 1 -- Seattle, WA -- Tractor Tavern

June 2 -- Portland, OR -- Doug Fir Lounge

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