Manchester quartet band Pale Waves have shared a video for ‘You Don’t Own Me’, the latest single from their recently released record, ‘Who Am I?’
Heather Baron-Gracie (Guitar / Vocals) had this to say of the track.
“‘You Don’t Own Me’ is a song for women about what it’s like to be a woman in this world. How society depicts, judges and criticises women on a daily basis. This song is incredibly important to me and I wanted to represent my own experiences. I also wanted to say a big fuck you to everyone that plays by these fake delusional rules that women and gender need to fit inside a specific box.”
Check out the video for ‘You Don’t Own Me’ below.
‘Who Am I?’ is available now via Dirty Hit.
You can order the record via the band’s official webstore.
There’s massive news in the UK Albums Chart this week as both The Pretty Reckless and Pale Waves have reached places in the Top 10!
This Friday, it was revealed that The Pretty Reckless’s latest full length record, ‘Death By Rock And Roll’ debuted at the No.06 position, which equals their previous best when their debut record, ‘Light Me Up’ was in that position in 2010.
For Pale Waves, their record, ‘Who Am I?’ debuted at No.03 which is the best debut they received as a band to date! Their debut record, ‘My Mind Makes Noises’ debuted at No.08 in 2018.
In addition to all this record news, Foo Fighters latest record ‘Medicine At Midnight’ kept in the top 10 at No.02.
That’s a massive week in the world of rock and plenty of reason to celebrate!
Check out The Pretty Reckless’s track, ’25’ below.
And here’s the latest music video for Pale Waves in ‘Fall To Pieces’.
Pale Waves have dropped a video for their track, ‘Fall To Pieces’, which was on their recent record release off ‘Who Am I?’.
Heather Baron-Gracie (Guitar/Vocals) says:
“At the start of the relationship I’m in, my mental health was really all over the place and I was having a tough time with a lot of things in my life, and I was sort of putting my partner through it. Luckily, they’re amazing and they stuck by me and they pulled me through it. But it had an impact on our relationship. I created this argument and we went through it again and again, because at the time I wasn’t completely stable. Anything that troubles me, I feel like I need to get out.”
Manchester Pop-Rockers on the rise Pale Waves have shared a new video for ‘She’s My Religion’, the latest track to be released off the band’s upcoming second record, ‘Who Am I?’ set to be released on February 12th 2021 via Dirty Hit.
Indie Pop-Rockers Pale Waves have announced their second studio record, titled as ‘Who Am I’. The record is set to be released on February 12th 2021 via Dirty Hit.
Pale Waves’ comeback track ‘Change’ – described as “a true heartbreaker” – was premiered on BBC Radio 1 tonight (November 10) as Annie Mac’s Hottest Record In The World.
The forthcoming full-length was recorded primarily in Los Angeles alongside producer Rich Costey (whom has previously worked with Muse and Foo Fighters) before the coronavirus crisis forced the studio sessions online.
According to a press release, ‘Who Am I?’ “acts as the Pale Waves manifesto – inspiring inclusivity, self-discovery, and the notion of being whoever the hell you want to be”. Its lyrics draw on frontwoman Heather Baron-Gracie’s own experiences of depression, distraction, and feelings of darkness.
“For me, music and art is for people not to feel so alone and isolated,” Baron-Gracie explained. “I want to be that person my fans look up to and find comfort in.”
Check out the Cover Art, Tracklisting, Video for their lead single ‘Change’ and Pre-Order options below.