Album Alert: Palace Winter’s ‘Nowadays’ Is Out Now

Psyche pop built around cheerful moodiness

Photo: Jasper Spanning

Copenhagen-based, Aussie duo Palace Winter has released their second album Nowadays today via Tambourhinoceros. The LP captures the most predominant emotional state of the human condition: cheery unhappiness. Filled with buoyant synths and heartwarming piano taps, Nowadays takes you through long, lonely meditations that is dimmed with nostalgia and dreams. Dive in:

Palace Winter are Carl Coleman and Dane Caspar Hesselager who debuted their first single back in 2015. Sicne then they have been making waves across international radio stations and press. They have shows coming up:

5/8 – Rough Trade East (London, UK)

5/18 – Pumpehuset (Copenhagen, Denmark)

6/15-17 – Midsommer Festival (Vordingborg, Denmark)

10/24 – Sticky Mike’s (Brighton, UK)

10/25 – Thekla (Bristol, UK)

10/26 – Deaf Institute (Manchester, UK)

10/28 – King Tut’s (Glasgow, UK)

10/30 – Burdenell Community Room (Leeds, UK)

10/31 – Bodega (Nottingham, UK)

11/1 – Oslo (London, UK)