Watch: Pale Waves go under cover in the video for ‘There’s A Honey’

Pale Waves go under cover in the video for ‘There’s A Honey’

Heather says they wanted to “create something that was minimal and beautiful.”

After bursting forth in February, Mancunians Pale Waves have now shared a video for their debut track ‘There’s A Honey.’

The single, a dreamy slice of guitar-driven pop that takes a few queues from labelmates and hometown-sharers The 1975, now has an equally dreamy video to match. Why do we keep saying “dreamy” so much? Well because in the viddy the band literally go underneath the covers to perform the track. Shrouded in purple and red hues, the band evoke a sense of romanticism as sheets flutter around them.

Speaking to The FADER, Heather said: “For the first Pale Waves video we wanted to create something that was minimal and beautiful. Drawing inspiration from American sculptor Daniel Wurtzel, romantic yet evoking a feeling of claustrophobia.”

Watch the video for ‘There’s A Honey’ below.

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