Pale Waves share new single ‘Kiss’
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Pale Waves have shared a new track titled ‘Kiss,’ marking their first new material since this year’s ‘ALL THE THINGS I NEVER SAID’ EP.

The track is an instant pop banger that sees the band build on their ability to craft catchy choruses. Listen to ‘Kiss’ below.

The track arrives ahead of their summer dates. See the full dates below and grab tickets here.

May 17 – The Great Escape – Brighton, UK 24 – Heaven – London, UK 25 – Dot To Dot Festival – Manchester, UK 26 – Dot To Dot Festival – Bristol, UK 27 – Dot To Dot Festival – Nottingham, UK

June 8 – Radar Festival – Milan, Italy 9 – Best Kept Secret Festival, Netherlands 14 – Bergen Festival, Norway 22 – Hurricane & Southside Festival, Germany 29 – TRNSMT – Glasgow, UK

July 1 – Community Festival – London, UK 7 – British Summer Time w/ The Cure, London, UK 7 – Barn on the Farm – Gloucester, UK 8 – Rock Werchter, Belgium 11 – The Lair – Sydney, Australia 12 – Evelyn Hotel – Melbourne, Australia 14 – Tuning Fork – Auckland, New Zealand 19 – FIB Benicassim – Benicassim, Spain 20 – Truck Festival – Steventon, UK 22 – Tramlines Festival – Sheffield, UK 27 – Standon Calling – Ware, UK 28 – Y Not Festival – Derby, UK 29 – Kendal Calling – Hackthorpe, UK

August 4-5 – Lollapalooza, Chicago, US 6 – Ogden Theatre w/ Chvrches, Denver, US 9 – Ogden Ampitheatre w/ Chvrches, Ogden, US 11 – Outside Lands – San Francisco, US 18 / 19 – Summer Sonic Festival – Toyko & Osaka, Japan 24 / 26 – Reading and Leeds Festival, UK

The band’s full length is expected to drop in August, with drummer Ciara Doran stating: “You can’t not aim for a number one. I think it deserves it as well. We’ve only written half of it, but that half deserves it!”

Asked if the album will have much in common with their previous material, Heather Baron-Gracie replied: “You know, they’re pretty similar but the album is more of like a ‘Pale Waves world’. So will have those sort of sad songs, but you will also have those banging singles.

“With an album, you get that opportunity to spread out.” Pale Waves‘ early singles were produced by The 1975 frontman Matt Healy and his bandmate, drummer George Daniel.

Pale Waves were recently added to this year’s British Summer Time shows in Hyde Park – joining the supporting line up for shows by The Cure and Eric Clapton.

16/05/2018 14:46:08
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