Plenty was going on in 2022, and the highlights are all so bright they are easy to pick out. Here’s […]
Wowzers. Strap yourselves in for this one because Pale Waves have made a really special album. Unwanted is sonically consistent […]
With a folksy summer feel, ‘The Hard Way’ is a song with layers of surprises. The initial gentle acoustic swing […]
If you’ve seen Pale Waves live this year, the opening riff of ‘Jealousy’ is going to be enough to trigger […]
As Pale Waves get ready for the release of their third album, Unwanted, on 12th August, ‘Reasons to Live’ arrives […]
Pale Waves dropped a new single called ‘Lies’, along with an announcement of a new album slated for an August […]
With Hot Milk benched on doctor’s orders, the warm-up was tasked to the very capable Los Angeles band, Bitters. They […]
This year has seen an amazing and dazzling stream of new music and fiction, which we’re exited to review in […]
Pale Waves have finally given us Who Am I? Their second full-length album and one we’ve been waiting to get […]
The new Pale Waves album, ‘Who Am I’, is one of our most eagerly anticipated releases of 2021. ‘Easy’ is […]
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Originally called Creek, Pale Waves formed in Manchester in 2014. Their sound has evolved over the course of three full-length albums, but the songwriting remains excellent. Their first album was like The 1975 with more synth, the second album was pop/punk, and their third is a real next-stage sound for the band, fully embracing their prior sounds and adding some extra rock.
Heather Baron-Gracie (Vocals / Guitar), Ciara Doran (Drums), Hugo Silvani (Guitar), Charlie Wood (Bass).