Few contemporary bands manage to be so stylishly weird as Palm. And even fewer of them have such great songs as them.
They are the ones who have thrown out the rule book to the bin from the very beginning and naturally make brilliant and unheard noises and rhythms.
On their new album Nicks and Grazes the four-piece stay experimental to the core, successfully testing barriers to classic chorus-verse-chorus structures and creating the masterful instrumental dissonance that would appeal to the lovers of avant-garde yet playful music.
Stream below and purchase the LP here, out now on Saddle Creek Records.