Palace Winter - Photo by Mai Jönsson

Photo by Mai Jönsson

Roskilde Festival 2016 starts TODAY and already from tomorrow on you can listen to some outstanding upcoming artists warming up for a week-long celebration of music, summer and life. One of the must-see (warm-up) acts at this year’s Roskilde Festival is our favourite Danish-Australian duo Palace Winter.

Only recently, Palace Winter released their debut album and have already played a whole bunch of festival shows this year, both within Denmark (among others a cool show at SPOT Festival) and abroad. Having witnessed some of their live shows before, Palace Winter’s show is one you shouldn’t miss tomorrow: Sunday, 26. June – 20:00 – Rising.

In order to introduce the duo, Good because Danish asked Palace Winter’s one half Carl Coleman a few quick questions about how to describe their music and what memories he connects with Roskilde Festival.

How would you describe Palace Winter’s music to someone who has never heard it before?

Cinematic country-kraut.

Do you have anything special planned for the Roskilde show?

Not really. We’ll just rely on our songs and smash the crap out of it.

Are you a Roskilde-virgin or Roskilde-veteran?

Personally this is my first time in 10 years so I’m a sort of “born-again” virgin, yeah!

What’s your favourite Roskilde Festival memory?

Probably Death Cab for Cutie back in 2006 the last time I was there.

How would you call your (imaginary) Roskilde camp?

Fun House.