The Pale White are back with seductive and energetic track ‘Unnatural’

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9

ICM Rating

Returning with spicier indie rock is The Pale White, Newcastle’s promising three-piece with a gritty and piercing single.

Comprising of brothers Adam and Jack Hope and long-time friend Tom Booth, the ICM Ones to Watch 2019 artist are following on from the success of ‘Medicine’, released earlier this year. The new cut ‘Unnatural’ is a seductive and energetic summer anthem.

Having been engineered and produced by Jolyon Thomas, who has worked with the likes of Royal Blood, Slaves and Frank Carter and the Rattlesnakes, it is easy to see how the track is laced with addictive vocals and fuzzed-out riffs to produce an undeniably complex and piercing track.

“Unnatural is framed through the eyes of a sociopath’s worldview and unwaveringly confident mind-set. It’s the most straight-up slice of rock we’ve ever unleashed.” – Adam Hope (vocals/guitar)

The trio have gained enormous attention with their previous releases and gained support ICM in the form of two Song of the Week spots for ‘Downer’ and ‘Turn It Around’, and a 2017 Greatest Discovery nomination in the ICM Awards. They have also amassed a reputation for their dynamic and saturated live shows which you can see for yourself across the 18-date tour the band have planned for September 2019, starting in Cambridge’s prestigious Portland Arms.

You can listen to the track below as well as checking out the full list of dates for the upcoming tour this Autumn.

September 

10 – Cambridge, The Portland Arms
11 – Peterborough, Metropolis Lounge
12 – St Albans The Horn
14 – Reading, Purple Turtle
15 – Bath, Somerset, Moles Club
16 – Cardiff, Clwb Ifor Bach
17 – Swansea, Sin City
19 – Southampton, Heartbreakers
20 – Brighton, The Hope & Ruin
21 – Bournemouth, The Anvil
23 – Plymouth, The Junction
25 – Margate, Elsewhere
26 – Tunbridge Wells, Kent, The Forum
27 – Milton Keynes, The Craufurd Arms
28 – Guildford, The Boileroom
29 – Oxford, The Bullingdon

October

01 – Bishop Stortford, The Half Moon
02 – Southend-On-Sea, Chinnery’s

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Good

  • Anthem-like sound
  • Matured as a band

Summary

An anthem-like sound you could expect to hear in arenas. Has incredibly addictive vocals and powerful riffs. An insight into what The Pale White has the potential to produce in the future and how big they could get!
9

ICM Rating