Pale Waves address body image, insecurity with new song “Noises”
Photo By: Pale Waves/Brian Griffin

From their upcoming debut LP on Dity Hit/Interscope Records, Pale Waves’ “Noises” is a melting pot of everything good in modern dream pop.

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After debuting “Noises” at a sold-out show in New York, the new track is finally available for streamers everywhere. Pale Waves, perfect for fans of the 1975 and the Cure, sound and look like they are directly out of an ’80s cult classic.

“Noises” contains a perfect balance of synth, bubbly lyricism and high production value. After an electric bridge that trails off into an abyss of synthesizer, Pale Waves pick it up right where they left off with an energetic post-chorus.

About the constant push and pull of poor mental health and body image, Pale Waves explore the unfortunate emotions involved with having a potential eating disorder. Scared to ask for help, frontwoman Heather Baron-Gracie coons over upbeat instrumentals, making for a melancholy message.

“Noises” premiered on Beats 1 on Zane Lowe’s World Record, making it something you surely don’t want to miss. You can listen to the fiery track below.

 Pale Waves’ debut LP could potentially be released this September, according to Baron-Gracie.

In addition to dropping a new album, Pale Waves will be hitting the road on a North American tour this fall. Check out the dates below. You can grab tickets here.

10/26 — Austin, TX @ Scoot Inn
10/27 — Dallas, TX @ Trees
10/28 — Houston, TX @ White Oak Music Hall
10/30 — Jacksonville, FL @ Jack Rabbits
10/31 — Tampa, FL @ Crowbar
11/02 — Ft. Lauderdale, FL @ Culture Room
11/03 — Orlando, FL @ The Social
11/05 — Atlanta, GA @ Terminal West
11/06 — Nashville, TN @ Mercy Lounge
11/07 — Charlotte, NC @ The Underground
11/09 — Richmond, VA @ The Broadberry
11/10 — Washington, D.C. @ U Street Music Hall
11/11 — Philadelphia, PA @ Union Transfer
11/12 — New York, NY @ Brooklyn Steel
11/13 — Boston, MA @ The Sinclair
11/15 — Toronto, ON @ Opera House
11/17 — Mexico City, MX @ Corona Capital
11/19 — Cincinnati, OH @ Madison Live
11/20 — Columbus, OH @ Skully’s
11/23 — Milwaukee, WI @ Rave Bar
11/24 — St. Paul, MN @ Amsterdam Hall
11/25 — Omaha, NE @ Slowdown
11/26 — Denver, CO @ Bluebird Theatre
11/28 — Salt Lake City, UT @ In The Venue
11/30 — Seattle, WA @ Neumos
12/01 — Vancouver, BC @ Venue
12/06 — Los Angeles, CA @ The Fonda