Listen Pale Waves reveal new single ‘Fall To Pieces’

Pale Waves reveal new single ‘Fall To Pieces’

It comes ahead of the release of their new album ‘Who Am I?’.

With their highly-anticipated second album ‘Who Am I?’ arriving on 12th February via Dirty Hit, Pale Waves are giving us our latest teaser in the form of new track ‘Fall To Pieces’.

“It’s easy to fall into the same patterns in a relationship, which can lead you to have the same argument over and over,” Heather Baron-Gracie explains. “‘Fall To Pieces’ is about going through that constant cycle of arguing and then making up. It can be hard to break that pattern - sometimes you wonder if you ever will.”

Read our chat with Heather all about their new album now!

‘Who Am I?’ Tracklisting:
1. Change
2. Fall To Pieces
3. She’s My Religion
4. Easy
5. Wish U Were Here
6. Tomorrow
7. You Don’t Own Me
8. I Just Needed You
9. Odd Ones Out
10. Run To
11. Who Am I?

See Pale Waves live at the following dates.

FEBRUARY 2022
11 - Bristol, O2 Academy
12 - Cardiff, The Great Hall
13 - Nottingham, Rock City
14 - Birmingham, O2 Academy
16 - Bournemouth, O2 Academy
17 - Leeds, O2 Academy
19 - Belfast, Limelight
20 - Dublin, The Academy
21 - Glasgow, O2 Academy
23 - Sheffield, O2 Academy
25 - Leicester, O2 Academy
26 - Oxford, O2 Academy
28 - London, Roundhouse

MARCH 2022
01 - Manchester, O2 Victoria Warehouse

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