Palace Winter Goes Glam in New Single

Palace Winter Goes Glam in New Single

A glammy M83 crossed with Weezer and T-Rex. That's how Palace Winter's Caspar Hesselager describes the new single "Won't Be Long", out today!

Wait! Read no further! First things first... stop reading our description of the song and listen to it here!

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Those repeating vocals in the intro: Hesselager calls them Palace Winter's "gospel choir in space".

Those buzzing synths: the glammy M83, square wave goodness Hesselager mentioned.

"I'm staring into the mirror, hoping that she won't appear. It's like I've been here for years" sings Carl Coleman about the near passing of a loved one, and his hope that she won't appear as a ghost in the mirror.

Oh, that dry, distored guitar just came in. That's the Weezer/T-Rex influence.

Ok, that was a quick intro to "Won't Be Long". You're on your own now. Remember to pre-order and pre-save Palace Winter's upcoming album ...Keep Dreaming, Buddy, out October 23!

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