PALE WAVES embark upon their biggest UK and Irish headline tour early next year, kicking off in Bristol and culminating in a huge hometown show in Manchester. The tour is the band’s first since Covid struck and follows their second album WHO AM I? which reached #3 in the UK album chart.

The band have released the following video for CHANGE (LIVE AT THE POOL)


Fri           11           BRISTOL                                 O2 Academy

Sat          12           CARDIFF                                 Great Hall

Sun         13           NOTTINGHAM                      Rock City

Mon        14           BIRMINGHAM                      O2 Academy

Wed       16           BOURNEMOUTH                  O2 Academy

Thu         17           LEEDS                                     O2 Academy

Sat          19           BELFAST                                 Limelight

Sun         20           DUBLIN                                  Academy

Mon        21           GLASGOW                             O2 Academy

Wed       23           SHEFFIELD                             O2 Academy

Fri           25           LEICESTER                              O2 Academy

Sat          26           OXFORD                                 O2 Academy

Mon        28           LONDON                               Roundhouse

MARCH 2022

Tue         01           MANCHESTER                       O2 Victoria Warehouse

WHO AM I? features the singles Change, Easy, Fall to Pieces, She’s My Religion and You Don’t Own Me and was recorded primarily in Los Angeles alongside producer RICH COSTEY [Muse, Foo Fighters, Sigur Rós] before lockdown forced the making of the album to go virtual, with Heather and Ciara remaining in LA while Hugo and Charlie returned home to record their parts in their bedrooms.



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The album acts as the Pale Waves manifesto, inspiring inclusivity, self-discovery, and the notion of being whoever the hell you want to be. Speaking about the album, Heather says: “For me, music and art is for people not to feel so alone and isolated; I want to be the person that fans look up to and find comfort in”.

Consisting of front woman HEATHER BARON-GRACIE; drummer CIARA DORAN; guitarist HUGO SILVANI; and bassist CHARLIE WOOD, Pale Waves released their debut album MY MIND MAKES NOISES in 2018, by which time they had already won the NME Under the Radar award, had been nominated for the BBC Sound of 2018 shortlist, and had toured with fellow Dirty Hit label mates and mentors the 1975. When the album charted at #8 in the UK, Pale Waves were seen as less of a breakthrough act and instead one of the most important emerging indie-pop bands in Britain. The release of the Top 3 WHO AM I? album cemented that status further.