Pale have been one of the most ardently received and intriguing new bands of the past year and following a nine month break to write, they are releasing 'The Come Back EP' on September 8th.
Comprised of four tracks, the band worked on the EP with producer Adam Jaffrey and it see's their sound expand from the material which they have already released to critical acclaim. Pale have written a set of songs which are at once stark yet burdened with emotion and wholly modern whilst channelling the understated honesty of classic song-writing.
Self-released, the EP will be available digitally on the 8th September and has a crucial visual element, imagined by the band themselves and artist Christopher Orlando Page.
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