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The Pale White Concert at Papiersaal, Zürich on FR 26.04.2019

The Pale White

FR 26.04.2019
Papiersaal, Zürich
Concert

The Pale White are a three piece indie rock band from Newcastle, UK. Comprised of brothers Adam (Lead Vocals, Guitar) and Jack Hope (Drums), and long time friend Tom Booth (Bass), the trio have fast been gaining attention for their signature melodic guitar work, thunderous rhythm section and magnetic live shows.

Across a series of early singles, the band have continued to gain high profile support from the likes of NME, Radio X, Apple Music, MTV, Amazing Radio and BBC Introducing, and after securing BBC Introducing’s Track Of The Week, the band were invited to play stages at Glastonbury and Reading & Leeds.

With a five star live review from The Independent comparing them to US rock royalty Queens Of The Stone Age, the groups reputation as an unmissable live act has started to spread. Opening for the likes of The Amazons, Twin Atlantic, The Libertines, Sam Fender and Band of Skulls, the band are developing a passionate word of mouth following as one of the most exciting new British bands.

With new release “Medicine”, produced by Jolyon Thomas (Royal Blood, Slaves), the band usher in a new chapter with their most accomplished offering yet and a bold statement of things to come.

“One of UK rock’s most thrilling newcomers” - NME

“The Pale White are (arguably) the UK’s best new band right now.” - Crack in the Road