Dirty Hit signees Pale Waves are set to embark on their largest run of shows to date this September
Goth-pop quartet Pale Waves are set to tour the UK later this year. Since the release of their debut album, My Mind Makes Noises last year, the band have been busy touring the UK & US with The 1975, preparing for the season of festivals, and also writing a new EP. Dirty Hit boss Jamie Oborne has hinted that new music will be available within the next few months.
The band have said that the upcoming EP is more adventurous in sound, with mention of having a more pop-punk and rock ‘n’ roll feel. It seems that Pale Waves are still experimenting with not only their music but also themselves as lead singer Heather Baron-Gracie mentions the struggle of accepting your own sexuality and political views will be showcased in their next body of work.
Tickets for this brief UK tour are on sale now.
23 – Barrowland, Glasgow
24 – O2 Academy, Birmingham
26 – O2 Kentish Town Forum, London
27 – Academy, Manchester
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