After the release of their debut single ‘Television Romance’, English indie-pop band Pale Waves have established themselves as the UK’s boldest new talent with their debut studio album ‘My Mind Makes Noises’.
The album consists of fourteen tracks, six of which have been previously released as singles such as ‘Kiss’, ‘Eighteen’ and ‘Noises’. The album also includes eight never before released tracks such as ‘When Did I Lose It All’ and ‘One More Time’.
The album’s release will follow with a headline tour across the UK, Europe, Ireland and North America, including their biggest headline show to date at the O2 Shepherd’s Bush Empire.
- There’s A Honey
- Came In Close
- Loveless Girl
- When Did I Lose It All
- One More Time
- Television Romance
- Karl (I Wonder What It’s Like To Die)
About The Artist
Originating from Manchester, Pale Waves consists of best friends Heather Baron-Gracie (singer/guitarist) and Ciara Doran (drums) with fellow musicians Hugo Silvani (guitar) and Charlie Wood (bass).
The band burst into the music scene with their debut single ‘Television Romance’, the video for which was directed by The 1975’s Matthew Healy and George Daniel. The quartet has since toured the world, selling out Australian and New Zealand dates. The band’s EP entitled ‘All The Things I Never Said’ has also received mass acclaim, along with many of their singles such as ‘New Year’s Eve’, ‘My Obsession’ and ‘There’s a Honey’.