Listen Listen to Pale Waves’ new song ‘One More Time’

Listen to Pale Waves’ new song ‘One More Time’

The band’s debut album ‘My Mind Makes Noises’ is out tomorrow!

Pale Waves have shared new track ‘One More Time’.

The new track follows the release of previous singles ‘Eighteen’, ‘Black’, ‘Noises’, ‘Kiss’ and ‘Heavenly’ and is released ahead of the release of the band’s debut album, ‘My Mind Makes Noises’, which is out tomorrow. 

In the latest issue of DIY, we spoke to Pale Waves about the whirlwind past eighteen months they’ve had, with the band’s Heather Baron-Gracie telling us: “Our music is radio friendly, but at the same time it’s really real. It’s honest pop music. It’s real pop music. People get offended because we dress like this and then go onstage and play pop music, but we wanna make everything acceptable. We wanna change how the world has these awful stereotypes and prove that pop music is bigger and stronger than ever, and bands can play pop music and it can be emotional.”

The band are also due to head on tour this month and next - see the full dates below and listen to ‘One More Time’ below. 

SEPTEMBER
21 Glasgow, SWG3
22 Newcastle, Boiler Shop
23 Sheffield, Foundry
24 Liverpool, O2 Academy
25 Birmingham, O2 Academy
27 London, Shepherd’s Bush Empire
28 Manchester, Ritz

OCTOBER
01 Nottingham, Rock City
02 Southampton, Guildhall
03 Bristol, O2 Academy
05 Belfast, Elmwood Hall

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