Pale Waves in concert
You just have to see this spectacular English indie-pop group performing live! Their unmistakable look and sound are endlessly satisfying and downright addictive. Don’t delay – get your tickets to Pale Waves now. They’ve sold out tours before, so we don’t doubt that they’ll do it again!
The band’s beginnings
After Heather Baron-Gracie met Ciara Doran, the girls initially recruited Ben Bateman and Ryan Marsden to accompany them. However, it was Hugo Silvani and Charlie Wood who ultimately joined the group. They officially formed in 2014 and called their band "Creek". Baron-Gracie was on lead vocals and guitar, Doran on drums, Silvani on guitar, and Wood on bass. Their musical style ebbs and flows between indie-pop and rock, synth-pop, dream pop, and goth-pop. They have named influences that vary drastically in genre and style, including such superstars as The Cure and Prince. The band’s name was eventually changed to Pale Waves. Their first demos, produced by Sugar House, put them on the radar; they were picked up by Dirty Hit in 2017 and released their debut single, "There's a Honey", on the label that very same year. It was produced by band The 1975, which was also on the label, and the band subsequently toured with them across North America and Europe. Their next release was "Television Romance". In February of the following year, they released their debut EP, "All the Things I Never Said", which was tailed by their debut studio album "My Mind Makes Noises", in September. The album peaked at number eight on the UK Albums Chart, and they swiftly gained a fanbase that adored their emotive style and huge choral productions.
Experience Pale Waves in the flesh
The group was named the number five artist on the BBC Sound of 2018, won the "Under the Radar" Award at the NME Awards, and earned an NME nomination in the category of Best Video for "Television Romance". By 2019, "There’s a Honey" had amassed over 13 million streams on Spotify. Their novel, individualistic sound is remarkably powerful – especially when experienced live. Want to see it too? Pale Waves tickets are available on StubHub now. If you’ve already bought tickets to Pale Waves but have to miss the show, it’s no big deal – you can easily sell them on the same site. You can also buy and sell tickets to see the best indie pop and rock bands in the world, including The Japanese House, The 1975, and No Rome. Snag them all on StubHub!