Following their critically acclaimed album “Braille” is going to be a serious undertaking but Palm Reader have set a date of 30th October for “Sleepless” via Holy Roar Records. That news is accompanied by a music video for opening track “Hold/Release“, which is also available as an instant download when you pre-order via bandcamp.
Hamish Dickinson (Yearbook, Homebound) graced the drum stool for Palm Reader, filling in to allow them to head out on tour with Employed to Serve and Cruelty for a run of nine UK shows. Here’s dedicated drum cam from the Cathouse show in Glasgow on Tuesday 10th March 2020, courtesy of David Tan. The band
It’s been a while since we’ve been to the The Dome in Tuffnel Park. The venue is the big brother of the smaller Boston Music Room that sits below it and tonight will see Sacramento California’s finest Noise Metal exports Will Haven joined by our very own Palm Reader! Both bands have released phenomenal new
Much to our surprise, Sacramento California’s finest Will Haven will be back upon our shores in late October & early November for a run of dates in support of their a-m-a-z-i-n-g new album “Muete”. Palm Reader have been announced as main support for the 4 dates on the UK part of the EU run, which
Palm Reader have announced a headlining run of smaller venues in July with special guests TBC. The tour comes in support of the band album “Braille” which saw release on 6th April via Silent Cult Records. 24th London, Thousand Island 25th Bristol, Exchange 26th Manchester, Rebellion 27th Glasgow, Garage Attic 28th Leeds, Key Club 29th
Having just announced new album “Braille” will be released via Silent Cult Records on 6th April, Palm Reader have also announced preceding support dates with Rolo Tomassi and Cryptodira on a European run with UK dates in April; 3rd Glasgow, Audio 4th Manchester, Deaf Institute 5th Birmingham, Asylum 2 6th Bristol, The Exchange 7th London, The