Wild Beasts reveal “Palace” as new single

Wild Beasts reveal "Palace" as new single, limited CD featuring Sohn, Steve Moore, and Foals

“Palace”, the album closer from Wild Beasts’ fourth LP, Present Tense, will be released as a single on 24th November 2014.

Today sees the release of Present Tense – Special Edition, featuring the original album augmented by a bonus disc of remix material from artists including Factory Floor, Juan Atkins, Lone, East India Youth, Sohn as well as a brand new remix of ‘Palace’ from Foals.

The Special Edition is available on Double CD and as a Digital Bundle. There is also a limited edition white label 12”  to accompany the CD release, featuring the Juan Atkins, SOHN, Steve Moore and Foals remix. Wild Beasts have three more UK dates coming up before the end of the year – a show at Liverpool Music Week on 30th October, a date at the O2 in London as special guests to The National on 26th November, as well as ‘Soft Future’ – a special end-of-year event, with a bill curated by the band in Leeds on December 11th.

LIVE DATES (with UK shows in bold):

Thur 30 Oct 2014               UK                          Liverpool             Liverpool Music Week Festival

Mon 03 Nov 2014             Japan                    Tokyo                    Hostess Club Weekender @ Studio Coast

Tue 04 Nov 2014               Taiwan                 Taipei                    Hostess Club Weekender @ Legacy

Thur 06 Nov 2014             Hong Kong          Hong Kong          Hostess Club Weekender @ Kitec Music Zone

Sat 08 Nov 2014                Singapore            Singapore            The Coliseium

Fri 21 Nov 2014 Germany             Leipzig                  Electronic Beats Festival 2014 W/ Warpaint

Wed 26 Nov 2014             UK                          London The O2 W/ The National

Thur 11 Dec 2014              UK                          Leeds                    Canal Mills (support from EastIndia Youth, Evian Christ (DJ), Nathan Fake, Fryars & Forest Swords (DJ)


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