With their first release on Dirty Hit, Manchester's Pale Waves really hit the indie-pop nail on the head with the magical "There's A Honey".
The Manchester four-piece have been making promising tunes from the get-go with early cuts "The Tide", and particularly, "Heavenly" garnering some much deserved buzz. Today with their first release on Dirty Hit (The 1975, The Japanese House), "There's A Honey" is the foursome putting their best foot forward.
Pale Waves are Heather Baron-Gracie (vocals, guitar), Ciara Doran (drums), Hugo Silvani (guitar) and Charlie Wood (bass) and "There's A Honey" marks the start of the next leg on the band's journey. Produced alongside label-mates Matty Healy and George Daniels of The 1975, the effervescent new track pairs dreamy synths with Baron-Gracie's vocals with a hint of nostalgia harking back to The 1975's early releases.