|7th December 2021|
King Tuts Wah Wah Hut
272a St Vincent Street, Glasgow City Centre G2 5RL
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In a musical landscape that continues to proudly proclaim the death of modern rock music, The Pale White have consistently proved that this couldn’t be further from the truth. Hailing from Newcastle in the UK, the three piece containing brothers Adam and Jack Hope and friend Tom Booth, have spent the last few years fanning the flames of a rapidly growing and loyal fan base.
Breaking out of their home town with appearances at prestigious festivals such as Glastonbury Festival and Reading and Leeds, whispers of their energetic and impassioned live performances have began spreading across the UK and Europe, which has seen crowds fall for their thunderous and unapologetically anthemic take on rock music.
Further bolstered by seal of approval support slots from modern rock figureheads such as Foals, Sam Fender, The Amazons, The Libertines and Twin Atlantic, it’s just a matter of time before a mainstream audience proclaims them their own. Teaming up with acclaimed producer Jolyon Thomas (Royal Blood, U2, Slaves), the band's anticipated debut album ‘Infinite Pleasure’ is set for release on April 23rd.
The album includes latest singles “Take Your Time”, “Glue”, “Confession Box” and a rework of their 2016 demo “That Dress” which have seen the band usher in a new chapter.
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