Storm the Palace are at the forefront of the cinematic folk-pop revolution you hadn’t realised you needed. Taking inspiration from European folk, sixties orchestral pop and nineties guitar bands, our songs interrogate everything from history and astronomy to meteorology and mass transit.
Storm the Palace have been featured by blogs, newspapers and radio shows from the US to New Zealand, including BBC 6 Music and Radio Scotland. We have toured in the UK, Ireland and the West Coast of America.
– Vic Galloway (BBC Scotland)
“One of the best albums this year”
– Scotland on Sunday
“Taking its cues from modern classical, left field folk, and stubborn indie songcraft, Storm The Palace vault over genre barriers without looking back.”
– Clash Music
“Over the last decade, they’ve been gently percolating their vivid vignettes and sonic wizardry into a tapestry of musical flavours. Now with their debut LP in the bag – Snow, Stars and Public Transport – they’re finally letting us in on their immersive baroque-pop sound”
– M Magazine
“Compellingly memorable songs, both challenging and inviting”
– Folk Radio
“A group who have taken their time to get all of the pieces in place – even down to the diegetic noise of a station tannoy and train wheels on rails”