Palace Winter released their sophomore album ‘Nowadays‘ last week, and today they announce Latitude Festival and a string of EU tour dates.

Arriving in adulthood is a bittersweet experience. Abandoned childhood fascinations make way for tough life lessons. But also, the hope and potential that comes with taking charge – of both your life and another’s. These are the central themes in ‘Nowadays’, the second full-length album from Palace Winter. Copenhagen based Australian singer-songwriter Carl Coleman and Danish producer Caspar Hesselager have built on their dynamic relationship to create an album that swells between tender ballads and high-energy melodies.

This summer Palace Winter plays select festivals, including Latitude, before they embark on their fall tour that takes them from the UK across Benelux, Germany and Sweden.

May 18, Copenhagen, Pumpehuset, DK
Jun 15, Midsommer Festival, DK
Jul 13, Suffolk – Latitude Festival, UK
Oct 16, Oceanan – Gothenburg, SE
Oct 17, Stockholm – Obaren, SE
Oct 19, Hamburg – Molotov Skybar, DE
Oct 20, Berlin – Badehaus, DE
Oct 21, Cologne – Studio672, DE
Oct 22, Eindhoven – Dutch Design Week Music, NL
Oct 24, Brighton – Sticky Mike’s, UK
Oct 25, Bristol – Thekla, UK
Oct 26, Manchester – Deaf Institute, UK
Oct 28, Glasgow – King Tut’s, UK
Oct 30, Leeds- Brudenell Community Room, UK
Oct, 31, Nottingham- Bodega, UK
Nov 01, London – Oslo, UK
Nov 03, Rotterdam – Rotown, NL