London based three-piece Palace have released their brand new single ‘No Other’, via Fiction Records / Caroline Australia, a love letter lead singer Leo Wyndham wrote about finding love during a dark time in his life, and the hope he found from it.
“No Other is about being rescued by someone at a terrible time I once went through” says Leo. “When all felt lost and hope had faded – love prevailed and I found someone incomparable to anyone – during a dark time in my life. It’s hopeful, blissed out and feels like new life.”
It’s another strikingly candid track from a band who’ve built a loyal following for their deeply personal lyrics and bittersweet blues/indie arrangements. With a message of optimism deeply rooted throughout, ‘No Other’ follows recently released seven-minute track ‘Heaven Up There’, which marked the band’s first new music for two years and was unveiled as Lauren Laverne’s ‘headphones moment’ on BBC 6 Music.
Leo Wyndham, Matt Hodges and Rupert Turner have been friends since they were thirteen and released their acclaimed debut EP ‘Lost In The Night’ in 2014, followed by the ‘Chase The Light’ EP the following year and their debut album ‘So Long Forever’ in 2016. The strength of those releases saw their fanbase steadily grow, leading to extensive touring, ever-larger festival slots and culminating in a sold-out UK headline tour. The band have since been busy writing and recording new music at their own studio in Tottenham, North London.