[Photo by: Danny North]

Our favorite up-and-coming indie pop act Pale Waves are back with their summer-vibing new song “The Tide.”

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The boppy track is taken from the band's debut EP, All These Things I’ve Never Said, out March 16. The song is meant to be blasted at full volume with the windows down—and we can wait for the weather to warm up to do just that.

Listen to “The Tide” below:

You can preorder All These Things I’ve Never Said here.

Pale Waves happen to be one of our 18 artists to watch in 2018. How many bands play a sold-out Madison Square Garden gig on their first U.S. tour? Not many—unless you’re Pale Waves, of course. Break out that greasy black liner and go-to dark lipstick to vibe the band’s own brand of emo pop right. With millions of Spotify streams and counting, their tracks will make you dance; they’ll make you cry; and somehow it only feels fitting.

Plus, you can check out their forthcoming U.S. tour dates below!

03/19 – White Oak Music Hall @ Houston, TX
03/20 – Dada @ Dallas, TX
03/23 – Rebel Lounge @ Phoenix, AZ
03/24 – Soma Sidestage @ San Diego, CA
03/25 – Constellation Room @ Santa Ana, CA
03/26 – Troubadour @ Los Angeles, CA
03/27 – The Chapel @ San Francisco, CA
03/29 – Hawthorne Theatre – Portland, OR
03/30 – Biltmore Cabaret @ Vancouver, BC
03/31 – The Crocodile @ Seattle, WA
04/03 – Larimer Lounge @ Denver, CO
04/05 – Recordbar @ Kansas City, MO
04/06 – Ready Room @ St. Louis, MO
04/07 – Lincoln Hall @ Chicago, IL
04/09 – Velvet Underground @ Toronto, ON
04/10 – Skully's Music Diner @ Columbus, OH
04/11 – U Street Music Hall @ Washington, DC
04/12 – The Foundry @ Philadelphia, PA
04/13 – Bowery Ballroom @ New York, NY
04/15 – Sonia @ Boston, MA

Watch more: Here are 18 artists to watch in 2018