Manchester indie pop group Pale Waves are about to drop their as-yet-untitled debut album soon, but first they've dropped a black and white performance video for the record's first single 'Kiss'.
You might vaguely recognise the song if you're an avid Pale Waves follower because it accidentally leaked on Spotify in April 2017 before being swiftly taken down. It was released properly in May 2018.
The band released their debut EP 'All the Things I Never Said' in February, topping the UK Vinyl and Physical Singles charts. Now they're due to unveil their first full-length album later this summer via Dirty Hit records.
Pale Waves have a number of festival appearances coming up over the summer including TRNSMT, British Summer Time with The Cure, Benicassim, Tramlines, Lollapalooza, Outside Lands, Reading Festival and Summer Sonic. Their 2018 tour is taking them all over the world, with a proper venue tour across the UK, Europe and the US coming this Fall.
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