Palma Violets stream debut album online - listen

Band put '180' online for fans ahead of official release

Palma Violets stream debut album online - listen

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Palma Violets are their debut album '180' online. Scroll down to hear the album now.

Titled '180' after the number of the house in Lambeth in London where the band have thrown impromptu gigs and parties, the band’s debut is set for release on February 25, 2013 on Rough Trade.

The album features the single 'Best Of Friends', which was voted Number One in NME's Best Tracks of 2012. Speaking about topping the poll, Palma Violets' Chili Jesson told NME: "That's amazing, that's fucking cool. It's such a rough, raw song. We wrote it one day and recorded it the next, so it was all pretty quick. That song is at its freshest point. Every note we're hitting, like, no one really knows what they're playing. It's tongue-in-cheek."

The tracklisting to '180' is as follows:

'Best Of Friends'
'Step Up For The Cool Cats'
'All The Garden Birds'
'Rattlesnake Highway'
'Chicken Dippers'
'Last Of The Summer Wine'
'Tom The Drum'
'Johnny Bagga' Donuts'
'I Found Love'
'Three Stars'
'14'


Palma Violets are currently on the road with Django Django, Miles Kane and Peace on the NME Awards Tour 2013 in February. There are three dates remaining on the tour, including the final night at London's O2 Academy Brixton this Saturday.

The NME Awards Tour 2013 will visit:

Bournemouth O2 Academy (February 20)
Brighton Dome (21)
London O2 Brixton Academy (23)




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