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Palm Reader announcement: 5 shows 1 Day





 
5 Shows/ 1 Day

Whether it be with the music they write or the way they perform live, Palm Reader have always pushed themselves to their physical limits. This morning's announcement follows in that very way, with the band celebrating the launch of their second album, Beside The Ones We Love, by setting themselves the unfathomable task of playing 5 shows in one day ... 

... A host of special guests complete a thrilling line-up, showcasing some of the most pioneering and exciting bands in UK Hardcore.

Here are the details:

Monday May 4th (Bank holiday)
 
Show 1 - The Old Blue Last, Shoreditch
14.00 - *Secret Headliner*

13.15 - Let's Talk Daggers
12.30 - Palm Reader
12pm - Doors
 
Show 2 - The Black Heart, Camden
14.30 - Palm Reader
13.45 - Exes
13.00 - Ohhms
12.30 - Doors


Show 3 - The Windmill, Brixton
16.30 - Palm Reader
15.45 - TBA
15.00 - We Never Learned To Live
14.30 - Doors


Show 4 - The Cricketers, Kingston
21.30 - Headliner TBA
20.45 - Artemis
20.00 - Palm Reader
19.30 - Doors


Show 5 - The Star, Guildford
22.00 - Palm Reader
21.15 - Employed To Serve
20.30 - Stallone
20.00 - Doors

Quote from Palm Reader frontman Josh McKeown:
 
"Everything about this band revolves around us pushing ourselves and this insane day will encapsulate our approach. It is by far the most ambitious challenge we've ever set ourselves and is undoubtedly one of the hardest things we'll ever try to pull off as a band. That said, it's going to so much fun, so get your Oyster cards topped up and we'll see you there."
 
 
 
 
 
 

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