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Palace release the stunning visuals to their new single Heaven Up There, their first new music in two years. 
Heaven Up There, an emotional and compelling song that questions a person’s own existence, touches on the realization that there is something bigger beyond our life on earth. The captivating and poignant film to accompany the track was directed by Palace’s Leo Wyndham and photographer Eddie Wrey. The piece emphasizes the overall message of hope that accompanies the song, despite its initial feeling of sadness.
 
Leo Wyndham, Matt Hodges and Rupert Turner have been friends since they were thirteen and released their debut album “So Long Forever” in 2016. Following extensive touring of the festival circuit and a sold-out UK headline tour including Shepherds Bush Empire, the London based three-piece have been busy writing and recording at their own studio in Tottenham.
 
Palace are renowned amongst their fans for their striking live performances and last Friday announced a UK headline tour for February, with tickets going on sale this morning and the London and Brighton dates selling out almost instantly. 
 
Full tour dates:
18.02.19               The Exchange, Bristol 
19.02.19               Bodega, Nottingham 
20.02.19               Belgrave, Leeds
21.02.19               Mash House, Edinburgh
22.02.19               Band On The Wall, Manchester 
23.02.19               Workman’s, Dublin 
25.02.19               The Hope, Brighton *SOLD OUT*
26.02.19               Village Underground, London *SOLD OUT*