Adding a kaleidoscopic layer of retro funk to their baroque indie sound, PALMAS have premiered a new single today via Under the Radar – CLICK HERE to listen to “Floating In The Dark”! With trumpets courtesy of Billy Aukstik, one of Charles Bradley’s Extraordinaires, “Floating In The Dark” finds PALMAS adding captivating new rhythms to their signature vintage-inspired maximalist indie rock.
“Floating In The Dark” follows PALMAS’ shimmering new single “Flowers” – the first since the band’s explosive 2015 debut EP To The Valley. WATCH HERE the video for “Flowers,” which captures the band’s 60s pop aesthetic with stylish, sun-soaked French New Wave visuals.
PALMAS began when guitarists Matthew Young and Adam Cantiello exchanged their favorite classic surf rock records online while living across the country from one another, finding an enduring influence in the technical artfulness and youthful spirit of 60s pop. With the addition of singer Kurt Cain-Walther‘s inescapable soulful croon as well as the musical stylings of Eric Camarota and Pat Degan, the group harnessed a once lost romanticism to create a sound that completely captivates audiences and ushers in a new phase of modern indie rock. 2017 is set to elevate the band to new heights with a debut album on the way.