Pale Waves have teased that they consider that the album they’re presently engaged on will probably be their “finest album but”.
In a brand new interview with Kerrang, the band’s vocalist Heather Baron-Gracie has additionally hinted that she feels the group’s forthcoming file will break new floor for them.
“All of my consideration and power goes into writing and recording our greatest album but,” she stated. “In the end, that’s about constructing a world that appears like Pale Waves, whereas additionally feeling fully totally different to wherever we’ve inhabited earlier than. We’re creating one other universe for our followers to discover, and for us to dwell in for a second.”
She continued: “2023 was fairly relaxed by our requirements. I’m prepared for subsequent 12 months to be fully flooded with issues. From day one, I’ve had the grandest ambitions for Pale Waves, and I all the time will. I need this band to be the largest that we will probably be.”
In February 2020, three of the 4 band members had been concerned in a near-fatal bus crash, which Baron-Gracie advised NME final 12 months had made the band “mentally stronger”.
Within the interview, she added: “I’ve began to actually love myself, after years of neglect. Solely now have I began to understand that I ought to love each inch of myself. I’m much more snug and assured in who I’m, the place I’m in life, my sexuality. I don’t thoughts being on present anymore.”
The band, who met whereas learning in Manchester in 2014, have launched three studio albums: ‘My Thoughts Makes Noises’ in 2018, ‘Who Am I?’ in 2021 and ‘Undesirable’ the next 12 months.
In a four-star evaluation of ‘Undesirable’, NME praised the file for “elevating the shipwreck of pop-punk from yesteryear and re-fitting it because the flagship for many who really feel genuinely maligned”.
The band additionally gained the 2018 NME Below the Radar Award.