This Friday night, Melbourne band Palace of the King will return to Adelaide to launch their new album White Bird/Burn the Sky.
photo (6)Supported by special guests Surviving Sharks and Emergency Rule, Palace of the King will unleash their 70s influenced, psychedelic riff-rock on keen Adelaide revelers at Crown and Anchor.

 White Bird/Burn the Sky is the debut album for Tim Henwood (Vocals/percussion), Leigh Maden (Guitar), Matthew Harrison (guitar), Andrew Gilpin (bass), Sean Johnston (keys) and Anthony Troiano (drums).

Having recently released their very first video for single ‘Another Thing Coming’, Palace of the King are ready to celebrate by showcasing the new album, which has just dropped in the UK.

The South Aussie support bands for the gig are are just as keen to hit the Cranka stage to support the guys for their Australian launch.

Singing drummer Sean from Surviving Sharks, and drummer Travis from Emergency Rule are both big fans of the Melburnian musicians.

“I’m really looking forward to opening for POTK. I’ve been following the band for a while now,” says Sean.

“I like playing alongside a modern day Deep Purple,” Travis says.

With some deservedly high praise to live up to, Palace of the King will reign at Crown and Anchor on Friday 19th June so get along and celebrate the release of White Bird/Burn the Sky with them.

Free entry. Doors open 9pm.

Check out the video for ‘Another Thing Coming’:

By Libby Parker
Photo supplied