Pale Waves have released a new song, "Reasons To Live." The track is the band's second single from their upcoming album, Unwanted.
The new project drops Aug. 12 via Dirty Hit.
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"Reasons To Live" is a spirited pop-punk anthem that focuses on what it means to fall apart before putting yourself back
Pale Waves have announced their new album, Unwanted. The project is set to release Aug. 12 via Dirty Hit.
Additionally, the band released the record's lead single, "Lies." The track is accompanied by a music video.
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"Lies" is filled with crunchy guitars and a rhythmic power that would be at home in a
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The single was produced by longtime collaborator Zakk Cervini and serves as the first collaboration between the two bands.
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