Pale Waves are back with another indie-pop banger in the shape of ‘The Tide’

The Manchester band tease their new EP

Pale Waves have shared a new track from their upcoming EP.

‘The Tide’ is the latest song to be taken from their debut EP, ‘All The Things I’ve Never Said’, which is out on March 16 via their label Dirty Hit. Watch the video for the song below.

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Dating back to before they were signed, the song follows the releases of previous singles ‘Television Romance’ and ‘My Obsession’.

Speaking to NME about their inclusion in The NME 100 – our new music tips for 2018 – lead singer Heather Baron-Gracie discussed the band’s ambition for their upcoming debut album, due later this year.

“A number one album has to happen this year,” she said. “Even if doesn’t, hopefully we can do it next year. You can never be too ambitious.”

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The band were recently nominated for their first VO5 NME Award in the Best Video category for ‘Television Romance’. The video, which was filmed in their hometown of Manchester, was directed by The 1975’s Matty Healy – who are also signed to Dirty Hit. Healy also produced the band’s first two singles, ‘There’s A Honey’ and ‘Television Romance’.

Pale Waves will tour through Europe in the coming weeks and have already been announced for several summer festivals, including Live at Leeds, TRNSMT, Standon Calling, the Great Escape and Community Festival.

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