Pale Waves Premieres New Song “Noises” on Apple Beats 1
- Manchester-based indie pop band Pale Waves premiered a new song “Noises” as Zane Lowe’s World Record on the Beats 1.
The song will appear their forthcoming sophomore self-titled album, which is set be released in September.
Lead singer Heather Baron-Gracie told Zane Lowe that the album consists of 14-track.
The band first played the song in New York during the second half of their US tour in April 2018. It was written by Heather Baron-Gracie.
Drummer Ciara Doran said the song in an interview with BBC, "It’s my favourite lyric. That’s the most personal song she’s ever written. I love that song. That’s all about Heather’s world."
Heather Baron-Gracie added, "It’s about dealing with how you look, you feel, the pressure of everyone else these days telling you how to look, what to say, don’t make a wrong move. It’s about a lot of things and a lot of my issues that have been thrown into one. It’s a very, very dramatic song. ‘'There’s A Honey’' and ‘'Television Romance’' are like candy floss compared to this."
The band said of the song;
"We’ve got this one song called ‘Noises’, and that’s a song that’s about very low self-esteem and analysing yourself too much, and I can’t wait until people who are a bit insecure about stuff can hear that song, because I feel like they’ll feel better after it. That they’ll know that other people feel that way. I can’t wait."
The band has currently toured, including Corona Capital, in the UK, Australia, New Zealand, Europe and North America through to December.
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- source : CLASH