New Video: Rising British Act Palace Releases a Gorgeously Shot Live Performance Visual For Soaring “Shame on You”

Led by frontman Leo Wyndham, the rising London-based indie outfit Palace formed back in 2014. And since then, the members of Palace have released two full-length album’s 2016’s So Long Forever and 2019’s Life After, as well as a handful of EPs, including last year’s Gravity and Lover (Don’t Let Me Down).

The rising British indie outfit’s third album Shoals is slated for a January 21, 2022 release through Avenue A/Fiction. As the band’s Wyndham explains:“Shoals is a record about confronting our own fears and anxieties. Through the pandemic we were confronted more than ever with ourselves with little distraction, suddenly seeing who we are in the rawest of forms. It held a mirror up to our flaws and imperfections and forced us to see the real ‘us’. 

“The record symbolises how our minds can have beautiful yet dangerous depths, like the ocean, and how our fears and thoughts are like shoals of fish that move and shift constantly from place to place; chaotic, often untameable and unpredictable.” While understandably being of our wildly uncertain and uneasy time, the album’s material also draws major inspiration from the sea — with the album positing the ocean’s violent yet beautiful energy as the ebb and flow between sheer panic and euphoric relief.

“Shame On You,” Shoals third and latest single is centered around a spacious and unhurried arrangement of glistening, reverb-drenched guitars, a steady backbeat, atmospheric synths, Wyndham’s soaring, achingly plaintive falsetto and arena rock friendly hooks. The song is brooding yet rooted in an unvarnished honesty.

Directed by filmmaker and photographer David J. East, the recently released video for “Shame On You” is a live performance video that sees the band performing in a bare yet massive loft or factory space.

The rising British indie rock act will be embarking on a lengthy international
tour that will begin in the UK and Ireland. They’ll spend roughly three weeks touring the European Union before touring across Canada and the States. The Stateside leg of the tour includes a May 5, 2022 stop at Webster Hall. Check out all of the tour dates below.


February 3rd, Glasgow, SWG3
February 4th, Manchester, O2 Ritz
February 5th, Bristol, O2 Academy
February 6th, Leeds, University Stylus
February 8th, Dublin, Vicar St
February 10th, Nottingham, Rock City
February 11th, London, O2 Academy Brixton


February 17th, France, Paris, La Maroquinerie
February 18th, Belgium, Ghent, Vooruit Balzaal
February 19th, Germany, Cologne, Luxor
February 20th, Switzerland, Zurich, Mascotte
February 22nd, Italy, Milan, Magnolia
February 24th, Austria, Vienna, Arena
February 25th, Germany, Munich, Strom
February 26th, Czech Republic, Prague, Café V Lese
February 27th, Hungary, Budapest, Durer Kert
March 1st, Poland, Warsaw, Hydrozagadka
March 2nd, Germany, Berlin, Heimathafen
March 4th, Denmark, Copenhagen, VEGA small hall
March 5th, Germany, Hamburg, Mojo
March 6th, Netherlands, Amsterdam, Paradiso


*SOLD OUT* April 22nd, Dallas, TX, Club Dada *SOLD OUT*
April 23rd, Austin, TX, Empire Control Room & Garage
April 24th, Houston, TX, Studio @ Warehouse Live
April 26th, Orlando, FL, The Social
April 27th, Atlanta, GA, Terminal West
April 29th, Durham, NC, Motorco Music Hall
April 30th, Washington DC, 9:30 Club
May 1st, Philadelphia, PA, Foundry
May 3rd, Boston, MA, Paradise Rock Club
May 5th, New York, NY, Webster Hall
May 7th, Montreal, QC, Club Soda
May 9th, Toronto, ON, Danforth
May 10th, Cleveland, OH, Beachland Ballroom
May 11th, Columbus, OH, A&R Bar
May 13th, Detroit, MI, Shelter
May 14th, Chicago, IL, Thalia Hall
May 16th, Denver, CO, The Gothic Theatre
May 17th, Salt Lake City, UT, The Complex
*SOLD OUT* May 19th, Los Angeles, CA, The Fonda *SOLD OUT*
May 20th, Los Angeles, CA, The Fonda
May 21th, San Francisco, CA, The Fillmore