With such sunny and gleaming hits as “Came In Close” off their debut album, My Mind Makes Noises, you would expect the indie pop band from the UK to look more Madonna, (whom they draw inspiration from,) rather than Elvira’s gaggle of spawn.
Heather Baron-Gracie, Ciara Doran, Hugo Silvani, and Charlie Wood of Pale Waves also draw from such influences as The Cure without dating themselves or weighing down their sound with heavy reference to the 80’s. Instead, their likeness is in the eerily catchy choruses riddling their tracks.
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I would give you my body.” But I’m not sure that you want me.”
I would give you my body.”
But I’m not sure that you want me.”
Their 2017 hit “There’s A Honey” had a golden touch from labelmates on Dirty Hit Records, The 1975, and the rest has been a sweet, sweet slide into our hearts from then on.
Pale Waves adeptness lies in cutting the chord of ego from the perception of Pop music. Why can’t Pop be deep? Why can’t women be complicated and loved, still? Why are we so driven to pigeonhole music into a genre (fashion included,) and subsect our taste? The music on our plates all goes to the same place.
Pale Waves aesthetic is a blood pact at Dusk, where one friend is visceral lyrics and the other friend is soaring melodies.
Orlando is lucky enough to have the four piece descend upon us at the most auspicious time of year in Florida. A season we briefly recognize as “Fall,” though it might be closer to diet Summer or Spring Lite. It feels right to have this Gothic presentation of such fetching songs fed to us, right now.
Also lucky for our eager ears is the opener for this show, Miya Folick, whose soft sounds pack every bit of a punch as her tourmates’. The California native has linked up with Kate Nash for shows, and her most recent release, Premonition, begs your mind to quiet and your limbs to move.
Pale Waves & Miya Folick are a shining display of the direction music Pop music has been moving since the supergroups of the ’90’s. Effervescence exists here in ample quantities. See it for yourself Saturday, November 3 at The Social in Orlando!!
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