The band Palm Reader has announced the details of a UK tour this spring. They will begin the tour at Brighton’s Hope & Ruin in March, before heading out on dates to Southampton, Bristol, Sheffield, Manchester, London, Birmingham and Glasgow.
Speaking about the tour, the band said: “We are so happy to announce we’ll be heading out on our first headline UK tour in four years this March!”
They continued, “We’re finally able to celebrate the release of ‘Sleepless’ with everyone after so long without live music. Support comes from our good friends in Blanket.”
“We are thrilled to finally be going back out on the road after the last two years of global uncertainty. We will be performing tracks from our latest record ‘Modern Escapism’ and maybe a few surprises as well. Palm Reader is a band we have been big fans of for years and we are really excited to be sharing the stage with them every night.”, said Blanket.
Back in December, the group announced a headline gig and GoFundMe to raise money after their equipment was stolen on the way to a show in London.
“On the way to headlining the Garage in London, our gear van stopped at services, was broken into and a load of music gear was stolen,” they said at the time.
“We managed to rent gear in time for the show but it has left us financially in tatters. Any help you can give will be most appreciated and will go towards replacing the items below, some of which were borrowed from friends. We’ve never been the kind of band to ask for handouts, but we’re really in the shit. Thank you.”