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Palms Return With 'Crazy Rack'

Sydney outfit Palms are back with their second album, the upbeat and infectious ‘Crazy Rack’.

The album is their second offering and boasts all the hallmarks of their melodic, fuzzy and charming 2012 debut record ‘Step Brothers’. Dripping with indie surf rock riffs, pounding drums and happy go lucky vocals, ‘Crazy Rack’ is a great summer vibes album.

Much like their first release, Palms kept a do-it-yourself approach to recording ‘Crazy Rack’, epitomising the garage rock work ethic. Recorded with Owen Penglis (Royal Headache, Straight Arrows, The Grates), the origins of the album were inspired by photographs taken by drummer Tom Wallace. One photograph of a cardboard sign above a rack of op-shop clothing caught the bands attention, and inspired their album cover and title.

While the band retains many of the characteristics and sounds of their first album, ‘Crazy Rack’ enters new territory with its eclectic writing style.

Palms have been on the up after successful festival slots and national tours supporting bands like Violent Soho and Last Dinosaurs, and with ‘Crazy Rack’ out now Palms are set to continue their rise to prominence.

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