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Since then the band have been snapped up by hip guitar-band label Dirty Hit (Wolf Alice, The Japanese House, Superfood) and hooked up with flagship artists The 1975's Matty and George who produced new single There's A Honey.Since releasing There's A Honey in February the band were part of the Dirty Hit Records Tour alongside label-mates Superfood and King Nun.It's all very indie indeed.
What's so great about them? Pale Waves are a key representative of the current wave of indie bands for pop people.The band have begun to assemble a considerable fanbase since the start of the year, courtesy of their well-received live performances throughout March and a bit of April.In the context of the 'most likely to' stakes, you can do worse than place this band in the category of Lauren Ralph Lauren rouge/rose smok Across body bag CALEY who is likely to steal the indie-pop crown away from current British Lauren Ralph Lauren black Tote bag HALEE flagbearers Pleated Skirts The 1975.
Most-streamed track on Spotify: There's A Honey (over 600,000 listens so far)Most-recent video:What will they be doing in 2017? Given that it's early days for the band, there isn't a great deal of information available as to what their next moves are for this year.Right this minute, the band are in the throws of a comprehensive tour of the US tour supporting (you guessed it) The 1975.Following that, we have it on decent authority that there will be more new music on the way, so keep your eyes peeled.