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Pale Waves announce 2024 UK headline tour

Pale Waves have announced a UK headline tour for later this year – you can find all the details below.The Manchester band will hit the road this autumn in support of their fourth album ‘Smitten’, which is due for release on September 20 via Dirty Hit (pre-order/pre-save here).“UK it’s been too long, see you this October,” Pale Waves wrote on social media while confirming a run of 12 shows across the nation that month.The trek will kick off in Norwich on October 3 ahead of further dates in Liverpool, Manchester, Nottingham, Brighton, Bristol, Sheffield, Dundee, Glasgow, Newcastle and Birmingham.On October 17, the group will conclude the tour with a headline gig at Here at Outernet in London.Tickets go on general sale at 10am BST this Friday (July 5) – you’ll be able to buy yours here. Alternatively, fans who pre-ordered ‘Smitten’ before 3pm BST yesterday (July 2) can access a pre-sale now – as can O2 Priority customers.A post shared by PALE WAVES (@palewaves)03 – The Waterfront, Norwich 04 – O2 Academy, Liverpool 05 – Neighbourhood Festival, Manchester 06 – Rock City, Nottingham 08 – Chalk, Brighton 09 – O2 Academy, Bristol 10 – Foundry, Sheffield 11 – Fat Sam’s, Dundee13 – SWG3, Glasgow14 – Boiler Shop, Newcastle 15 – O2 Institute, Birmingham 17 – Here at Outernet, London Pale Waves have already previewed the forthcoming ‘Smitten’ – the follow-up to 2022’s ‘Unwanted’ – with a dreamy ’80s-inspired single, ‘Perfume’.The album was written over two years between the US and the UK, and sees Pale Waves reflecting on their northern roots.
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Pale Waves, ADMT, The Mysterines and more lead NBHD Festival 2024 line-up
Pale Waves, ADMT and The Mysterines leading the line-up.The festival will be returning to Manchester city centre on October 4, taking place across 16 venues around the city including Albert Hall, Gorilla, O2 Ritz and more.They will be joined by the likes of Antony Szmierek, Corella, Louis Dunford, Red Rum Club and Seb Lowe, as well as Picture Parlour, Chappaqua Wrestling, FEET, Pixey, Overpass and many more. More acts are set to be announced in due course.Check out the full line-up below:Neighbourhood Festival is back! Join us on Saturday 5th October for the multi-venue festival across Manchester City Centre! The first wave of acts just announced with many more to be revealed! Tickets on sale 9am Friday 24 May! https://t.co/OOlB1jd48T pic.twitter.com/UF76xISVN2— Neighbourhood (@NBHDFestival) May 20, 2024The Mysterines are currently gearing up to release their new album ‘Afraid Of Tomorrows’, which will drop on June 7.“It’s almost feels like it would have made more sense if our albums were released the other way round,” vocalist Lia Metcalfe told NME, with their 2022 debut album ‘Reeling’ focussing more on massive hooks and big singalongs while ‘Afraid Of Tomorrows’ sees the band leaning more on their psych, grunge and alternative influences.“I prefer to create a more intimate connection with fans rather than blowing their heads off with a huge riff.
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Pale Waves announce 2024 UK headline tour
Pale Waves have announced a UK headline tour for later this year – you can find all the details below.The Manchester band will hit the road this autumn in support of their fourth album ‘Smitten’, which is due for release on September 20 via Dirty Hit (pre-order/pre-save here).“UK it’s been too long, see you this October,” Pale Waves wrote on social media while confirming a run of 12 shows across the nation that month.The trek will kick off in Norwich on October 3 ahead of further dates in Liverpool, Manchester, Nottingham, Brighton, Bristol, Sheffield, Dundee, Glasgow, Newcastle and Birmingham.On October 17, the group will conclude the tour with a headline gig at Here at Outernet in London.Tickets go on general sale at 10am BST this Friday (July 5) – you’ll be able to buy yours here. Alternatively, fans who pre-ordered ‘Smitten’ before 3pm BST yesterday (July 2) can access a pre-sale now – as can O2 Priority customers.A post shared by PALE WAVES (@palewaves)03 – The Waterfront, Norwich 04 – O2 Academy, Liverpool 05 – Neighbourhood Festival, Manchester 06 – Rock City, Nottingham 08 – Chalk, Brighton 09 – O2 Academy, Bristol 10 – Foundry, Sheffield 11 – Fat Sam’s, Dundee13 – SWG3, Glasgow14 – Boiler Shop, Newcastle 15 – O2 Institute, Birmingham 17 – Here at Outernet, London Pale Waves have already previewed the forthcoming ‘Smitten’ – the follow-up to 2022’s ‘Unwanted’ – with a dreamy ’80s-inspired single, ‘Perfume’.The album was written over two years between the US and the UK, and sees Pale Waves reflecting on their northern roots.
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