Palma Violets ignite a crowd-surfing frenzy in SF

Palma VioletsBy Diana Cordero //

Palma Violets with Public Access T.V. //
Bottom of the Hill – San Francisco
June 4th, 2015 //

Brit quartet Palma Violets ignited the always-forbidden crowd surfing at Bottom of the Hill last Thursday. The band is now promoting their sophomore LP Danger in the Club, a collection of straight-forward, English rock ‘n’ roll.

The riot began early for this show when Palma Violets bassist Alexander “Chilli” Jesson and lead singer Samuel Fryer joined opening act and New York-based band Public Access T.V. This quickly set the mood for the evening and also reflects the band’s personality: loud, accessible and yet unpredictable.

Popular amongst critics and fans, Palma Violets formed back in 2011 and ever since then have played career-defining shows, such as at Glastonbury and Treasure Island Music Festival. The show at Bottom of the Hill marked the third time these lads have hit the bay since their inception.

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