The current UK tour felt like a long time coming for Pale Waves, who released their second album ‘Who Am I?’ back in February 2021 and have waited over a year to take the record out on the road. With Heather Baron-Gracie and Ciara Doran living in the U.S, it was even more logisitcally difficult
It’s time for our final Top 10 list of 2021 and it’s the big one. First we gave you our Top Tracks of 2021 and then we shared our 10 Memorable Live Music Moments of the year, so now it’s time for the best albums! At Northern Chorus, we are focusing on the best northern
As we approach Christmas and New Year, it’s time to reflect on a strong year for new music once again. 2021 has seen the resurgence of guitar bands, with indie artists claiming debut album number ones and the likes of Sam Fender reaching the Top 10 in the UK singles chart – uncharted territory for
After bursting onto the scene with debut album ‘My Mind Makes Noises’ in 2018, Pale Waves have gone from strength to strength both at home and overseas. Their 2021 album, ‘Who Am I?’ is one of the stand-out releases this year, seeing the band take a leap forward in terms of sound progression and establishing
Pale Waves have shared the video for You Don’t Own Me, taken from their recent UK Top 3 album ‘Who Am I?’, out now on Dirty Hit. The video, self-directed by the band’s Heather Baron-Gracie and her girlfriend Kelsi Luck, is a love letter to early noughties emo and pop-punk, channeling the frenetic energy of
2020 was a great year for music and a saving grace for many as we struggled through lockdowns and tiered restrictions. So here’s to hoping 2021 is going to deliver the goods once more. It was, of course, a strong year for the likes of Biffy Clyro, The 1975, The Cribs, Everything Everything and Blossoms.