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Album Review: Palma Violets - 180

Album Review: Palma Violets - 180

Friday 22nd February, 2013 9:00AM

Palma Violets are the current darlings of the UK music press. Formed at Reading Festival at few years back, because they felt they couldn’t relate to modern indie music, they have spent the past year writing songs and garnering fans and in that respect the Palma Violets have appeared from nowhere. Much has been written about the lead songwriters Chilli Jesson and guitarist Sam Fryer’s echoing their idols Pete Doherty and Carl Barat from The Libertines with their onstage antics, and in their music their influences are easy to hear; The Libertines but also The Clash and The Strokes being the most obvious.

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