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Pale Waves Leaves “Glasgow” In The Rearview On New Track

As they wrap their North America run supporting PVRIS, Pale Waves has released another taste of their forthcoming record with “Glasgow.” Preceded by “Perfume,” the new track is set to appear on the band’s fourth album, Smitten. The 12-track LP is set to arrive on September 20 via Dirty Hit. Vocalist Heather Baron-Gracie shares of the new offering, ‘Glasgow’ is my favorite from Smitten. It’s about leaving someone because you know it’s no good for either of you anymore. It somehow breaks my heart but also makes me feel so euphoric at the same time.” Check out the self-directed music video for the raw breakup track… Read more »


Pale Waves Announces New Tour Dates In The UK & Japan

Ahead of the September 20 release of their record, Smitten, Pale Waves is trekking across North America supporting PVRIS through July 12. Then, it’s time for the English rockers to headline shows across the UK. Pale Waves announced their UK dates, which will begin on October 10 at The Waterfront in Norwich and wrap up on October 17 in London’s HERE at Outernet. Additionally, the group recently shared that they’ll be performing two shows in December in Japan—one in Osaka and one in Tokyo. UK-based fans who pre-order Smitten via Dirty Hit before 3 PM BST on Tuesday, July 2,… Read more »


Pale Waves Release “Perfume” Music Video & Announce ‘Smitten’ LP

Pale Waves is entering a new era with the release of “Perfume” and with the announcement of their fourth album, Smitten. The 12-track LP is set to arrive on September 20 via Dirty Hit. “Perfume” sees queer joy at the forefront of its lyrics. “When I saw you I knew it was over/I just laid down and surrendered/Oh, laying in the fields with you/Please tell me that we can make this last forever,” vocalist Heather Baron-Gracie sings over euphoric alt-pop chords. “‘Perfume’ is the perfect introduction into the new world we’ve created,” Baron-Gracie says of the track. “It’s queer, feminine,… Read more »


PVRIS Announces Tour With Pale Waves, Scene Queen, More

After releasing their stunning 2023 record EVERGREEN this past summer, PVRIS is ready to head out on a 2024 spring and summer tour with an unreal lineup. Beginning on April 24, Scene Queen will support the “LOVE IS A…” artists throughout Europe and the UK, and select dates include opener Sophie Powers. Then, PVRIS will be heading over to North America with Pale Waves and Bruses beginning on June 1 in Santa Ana, CA, at The Observatory. The tour will conclude at Los Angeles’ iconic Wiltern. After PVRIS dropped the news on social media, Scene Queen took to Instagram to… Read more »


Maggie Lindemann / Pale Waves

  How about THIS for a Gunz Show!  Maggie Lindemann and Heather from Pale Waves! These two are absolute badasses and incredibly talented and are getting a ton of buzz and rightfully so. From great music to impactful lyrics, Maggie and Pale Waves are two artists that have had a solid 2022 and 2023 is only definitely going to get better for them. Really stoked on how these interviews went so make sure to give them a listen and as well subscribe to The Gunz Show podcast everywhere on Spotify, iTunes and on Twitch!  


News Flashes 07.25.22: Pale Waves Tour, Wakanda Forever, and Adele’s Rescheduled Residency

Today we talk about the new Pale Waves tour announcement, the teaser trailer for Wakanda Forever, and Adele heading to Vegas. Pale Waves Tour Announcement If you haven’t jumped on the Pale Waves train, now is the time. The band announced today that they’re making their way to North America this fall for a headlining tour with support from Gatlin. Pale Waves also dropped their new single “The Hard Way” last Wednesday, taken from their new album coming next month, and they’ve just finished up a run of dates supporting 5 Seconds of Summer.  The North American leg of their… Read more »


idobi News Flashes 01.13.21: Goodman is a Good Man, Impeachment Debates, Celebrating America, and Pale Waves

There’s a lot going on today, but don’t worry, it’s not all stressful. We’ll make sure to lift your spirits before releasing you back into the wild! – Officer Eugene Goodman, Hero of the Democracy Here’s the scary moment when protesters initially got into the building from the first floor and made their way outside Senate chamber. pic.twitter.com/CfVIBsgywK — Igor Bobic (@igorbobic) January 6, 2021 It’s possible that one lone Black man, Officer Eugene Goodman literally helped save American Democracy. If you haven’t heard of this hero yet, he was face to face with a majority white mob—which, according to… Read more »

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