Listen: Pale Waves debut new single

Keeping their social media promise, Pale Waves have returned with yet another new song. On Thursday (June 28), the Manchester-founded band unleashed the official recording for a new track titled “Noises.” Heading over to Zane Lowe’s Beats 1 show, the goth-pop act debuted the four-minute tune. For fans of the band, “Noises” may sound a bit familiar. As it turns out, the tune made its live debut at Pale Waves’ sold out Bowery Ballroom show in New York earlier this year.

Listen to “Noises” above.

According to a press release, “Noises” is the second single from the group’s upcoming debut album. If fans are to assume correctly, that means previously released track “Kiss” is the first single off the impending record. While no specific date has been given for the album’s release, the band has hinted at a late-summer time frame. The forthcoming album will be released via Dirty Hit/Interscope Records.

The new album comes on the heels of the band’s recently released EP, All the Things I Never Said. The EP was released back in March and has sprouted several successful singles including “New Year’s Eve,” “My Obsession,” “The Tide,” and “Heavenly.”

To coincide with the record’s reported release time frame, the band announced earlier this month a North American tour. The fall time excursion will find the group performing at venues across the continent during the months of October, November, and December.

Described as their “biggest headline tour,” Pale Waves’ trek will begin on Oct. 26 at the Scoot Inn in Austin and conclude a month and a half later on Dec. 6 at the Fonda in Los Angeles. The full list of upcoming tour dates can be found here.

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