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Listen to Pale Waves’ new single ‘Lies’ at a glance

Pale Waves has announced a new single titled ‘Lies’ – you can check out a teaser below.

The Manchester – based band confirmed at the end of last year that they had completed their third studio album, which will follow ‘Who Am I?’ of 2021.

Heather Baron-Gracie and company launched an previously unpublished track titled “Jealousy” on their UK tour in February. Baron-Gracie then told his fans that a new single would come out in the coming weeks, though it did not happen.

Pale Waves has now confirmed on their official website that they will be releasing ‘Lies’ on May 9 – you can sign up for more information here.

This week the group shared on their official TikTok account two glimpses of the upcoming song: “You asked for love but there was never a feeling / You broke my heart and left it bleeding,” sings singer Baron-Gracie about the cut.

In the caption of both videos, the group posted the hashtag “#newmusic”. See it here:

@palewaves

#new music #words

♬ Original sound – Pale Waves

@palewaves

#new music #words

♬ Original sound – Pale Waves

In another recent TikTok upload, Baron-Gracie explained how she endured “the writer’s block” as Pale Waves recorded their third studio effort: “[Acabé] writing a whole song about Otis and Maeve from Sex Education because she was so impressed with him, ”she said.

The singer first spoke about that topic last November, declaring that “he ended up on album 3”.

@palewaves

And now it’s one of my favorite songs on the #palewaves album

♬ Breath of Your Name – Sixpence No one is richer

In September of last year, Pale Waves revealed they were in the studio working on their third album by sharing some behind-the-scenes photos. An image of a notebook included the possible handwriting: “Weak as a feather, it cannot break. As I get older, I am afraid that I will make the same mistakes. Broken around the edge.”

Pale Waves will return to the stage to perform at Reading & Leeds and the Community Festival this summer.

In a four-star review of ‘Who Am I?’, NME wrote: do at times like this.

“For most of us today, it’s enough to make it through the day or make it to the finish line, the Pale Waves should be proud of what they have achieved.”

Dan

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