Pale Waves are an up-and-coming alt-pop four-piece from Manchester, who have recently been exalted by 1975 frontman Matty Healy. They've just dropped their newest video for 'New Year's Eve' - the title track from their debut EP, which is out this year on Dirty Hit Records.
The band - who are frontwoman Heather Baron-Grace, drummer Ciara Doran, bassist Charlie Wood and guitarist and Hugo Silvani - have already had over 10 million streams and they've only released three songs so far.
'New Year's Eve' follows 'Television Romance', the video for which was directed by Matty Healy - who also produced the track along with their debut single from 2016 'There's A Honey'.
Pale Waves have been performing around North America in recent weeks with the help of The 1975, and are set to hit the UK in December, followed by a double residency at London's Lexington in January and a string of European dates that take them all the way until July.
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