Pale Waves recently performed a new song “Tomorrow” live at a gig in Glasgow, UK. 

Yesterday, the band were unveiled as opening support for the upcoming Halsey tour to promote her next album Manic

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As for Pale Waves, they’ve been on the road, continuing to support their debut record My Mind Makes Noises. 

Then, at the gig, they played their new pop-punk inspired track “Tomorrow”. The song seems to confront the boring horrors of living in the suburbs and feeling like society just doesn’t understand you. 

You can see a fan-shot clip of Pale Waves performing the new song below. 

As previously stated, the band will tour with Halsey for her Manic world tour that kicks off February 2020. Tickets for the U.K. and European dates will go on sale Sept. 27 at 9:00 a.m. local time via ManicWorldTour.com.

You can view the list of cities and dates for the first installment below.

Dates:

02/06 – Madrid, Spain @ WiZink
02/07 – Barcelona, Spain @ Sant Jordi Club
02/09 – Frankfurt, Germany @ Jahrhunderthalle
02/13 – Milan, Italy @ Mediolanum Forum
02/15 – Amsterdam, Holland @ Ziggo Dome
02/17 – Paris, France @ Dome De Paris
02/21 – Oslo, Norway @ Spektrum
02/22 – Copenhagen, Denmark @ Royal Arena
02/24 – Stockholm, Sweden @ Annexet
02/26 – Helsinki, Finland @ Ice Hall
02/28 – Berlin, Germany @ Verti Music Hall

02/29 – Munich, Germany @ Zenith
03/02 – Zurich, Switzerland @ Samsung Hall
03/04 – Luxembourg, Luxembourg @ Rockhal
03/05 – Antwerp, Belgium @ Lotto Arena
03/07 – Glasgow, UK @ SSE Hydro
03/08 – London, UK @ The O2
03/10 – Dublin, Ireland @ 3Arena
03/12 – Manchester, UK @ Manchester Arena

 

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Manic will arrive Jan. 17, 2020. You can pre-save and preorder the 16-track album here. Bundles and merch can be purchased via Halsey’s website with each preorder receiving instant digital downloads of “Graveyard” and mega-hit “Without Me.”

If you haven’t already, or simply want to watch it again, you can check out the time-lapse music video for “Graveyard” below.

What do you think of the new Pale Waves track? Sound off in the comments down below and let us know!

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