The story of the Palma Violets' rampaging second album - Danger In The Club - actually starts somewhat inauspiciously. Namely, with them about to implode on a farm in Pembrokeshire in Wales. It's the hot, late summer of 2013 and the band, having been on tour more or less continuously since 2012, are in a bad way. Fractious, bored and irritable, they're fed-up with everything -- not least each other. Counter-intuitively then -- after a typically riotous set at Reading Festival -- they demand their tour manager drive them to a barn "somewhere in the middle of nowhere."