Pale Waves give us a taste of the future with stunning performance at VO5 NME Awards 2018

Pale Waves have had a pretty marvellous year. This time last year they released their debut single ‘There’s A Honey’, in June they supported The 1975 at New York’s Madison Square Garden and by October they had their first NME cover. Not bad stuff.

After picking up The NME Under The Radar Award supported by HMV earlier this evening, the Manchester four-piece brought it full circle by performing their debut single live at the VO5 NME Awards 2018. Here’s what down.

The band just picked up the The NME Under The Radar Award supported by HMV, their first NME gong.

Riffs-a-plenty on show

Heather Baron-Gracie’s vocals were on peak form for their big moment

Later this month the band will release their debut EP ‘All The Things I Never Said’ and if this performance is anything to go by, it’ll be a legendary

They’ve already got a taste of arenas, but the band looked right at home in front of their peers at Brixton

The indie-pop quartet Pale Waves showed the audience exactly why The 1975’s Matty Healy insisted on producing their jaw-dropping first two singles.

The first of many NME Awards for this lot, surely

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