Pale Waves announce UK tour for Autumn 2019

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Pale Waves have announced details of a forthcoming UK tour for later this year – taking in their biggest London show to date.

The ‘My Mind Makes Noises‘ band will kick off at Glasgow’s Barrowlands on September 23, before eventually winding up at Manchester’s Academy on September 27.

Check out the dates in full below, ahead of tickets going on sale this Friday (March 1) at 9AM.


7 – Lollapalooza, Berlin, Germany
23 – Barrowland – Glasgow
24 – O2 Academy – Birmingham
26 – O2 Forum – London
27 – Academy – Manchester

The tour comes as the band prepare to release a new EP – with Dirty Hit boss Jamie Oborne revealing that it will drop in the next few months.

Discussing what to expect next, the band told NME in 2018: “I have no idea when the next album is coming out, but hopefully there’ll be an EP soon. We’re actually going to go a lot more pop punk and rock’n’roll. Ciara and I have started writing a new EP and it is completely different to the album.

“We are a very political people and we have view of things.

“The next body of work we’ll be releasing dives into that world more. In the sense of accepting who you are with sexuality and your views on life. We didn’t want to go super political, as I don’t know if it’s our time to do that, but definitely expressing our views to do that”.


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