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Pale Waves - There's a Honey

The name 'Pale Waves' has been floating around the music world for a while now and it's no surprise seeing as the Manchester based band have already supported the likes of Sundara Karma and INHEAVEN. Having recently been signed to Dirty Hit Record Label, the band are set to follow in the foot steps of The Japanese House and The 1975

Fronted by Heather Baron-Gracie, the four piece have just dropped their highly anticipated single 'There's a Honey' and everybody is talking about it. With uplifting riffs and catchy lyrics that will be stuck in your head for days, it no doubt that indie-pop tune is set to make the band's mark on the music scene.

With their first single being produced by none other than The 1975's Matty Healy and George Daniels and being featured on Huw Stephens 'Radio 1's Best of BBC Music Introducing' playlist, it is clear why there has been so much hype surrounding the band.

Pale Waves will be on the Dirty Hit UK tour this March with Superfood and King Nun.

This post first appeared on Salad Days, please read the originial post: here

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Pale Waves - There's a Honey


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