Glasgow-based group The Ninth Wave have shared their new track ‘Half Pure’.
The band, who released their EP ‘FLESCH’ late last year, have offered up another new song ahead of their upcoming shows alongside Chvrches and whenyoung.
Speaking of the track, the band’s Haydn Park-Patterson has said: “‘Half Pure’ is our commentary on the fake and shallow aspects of our society that we all encounter and partake in. It’s a lament about the frustration of existing inside our plastic WW3.”
Check out the band’s upcoming tour dates, and listen to ‘Half Pure’, below.
09 Rough Trade, Bristol (w/ whenyoung)
10 The Deaf Institute, Manchester (w/ whenyoung)
13 Electrowerkz, London (w/ whenyoung)
16 SSE Hydro, Glasgow (w/ CHVRCHES)
08 - 17 SXSW, Austin, Texas
05 Stag & Dagger Festival, Glasgow
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