The Pale White – Ones To Watch 2019

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Established indie rockers The Pale White have etched their name as one of the Northern giants of the indie rock music scene.

Releasing their second EP ‘Take Me To The Strange’ in November last year, the Newcastle trio, consisting of Adam and Jack Hope and Tom Booth, has been tirelessly building a fan base of like-minded rock lovers.

Slick melodies and festival-ready choruses have got the band off to a blistering start. Well-known for their staccato rhythms and infectious riffs, The Pale White has taken the North of England by storm. The band has a diverse capability of slowing down and speeding up their sound to make it look like clockwork. It’s certainly propelled the young trio into the contemporary indie rock conversation.

With no two tracks sounding the same yet sharing enough characteristics to make them a cohesive thoroughbred. Their sparkling indie rock received Song of the Week spots and shortlisted for Greatest Discovery at the 2017 ICM Awards.

The Newcastle trio have supported the likes of Twin Atlantic and Sea Girls as well as playing the BBC Introducing stage at Glastonbury in 2017. The band have stated this week that tickets are running low for their upcoming tour. Keep scrolling down to avoid disappointment.

UK Tour dates: 

FEBRUARY
24 – Glasgow, Garage
25 – Edinburgh, Hash House
27 – Carlisle, Old Fire Station
28 – Stockton, Georgian Theatre

MARCH
01 – Manchester, Deaf Institute
02 – Liverpool, Shipping Forecast
03 – York, Basement
04 – Coventry, Tin Music and Arts
06 – Birmingham, Sunflower Lounge
07 – Leicester, Cookie
09 – Sheffield, Harley

Tickets: www.thepalewhite.com