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The Pale White – ‘Glue’

The Pale White have a glowing discography, they’ve managed to outdo themselves with their new track ‘Glue’ which is boasting of gorgeous, gritty guitar riffs and beautiful harmonies, it shows off everything the group have become known for as well as introducing a heavier sound to their music. 

The first few seconds of the track alone sets a high standard very early on; awesome guitar riffs kicking it off, just before Jack Hope and Tom Booth’s flawless rhythm section brings the track to an incredible new level, even for The Pale White. Their partnership is tight, polished, and well-executed, making the ‘Glue’ an absolute joy to listen to.

As the track quietens down during each verse, the production helps to truly highlight the harmonies that are layered with Adam Hope’s gorgeous vocals. Packing a punch, a short but sweet solo towards the end of the song deepened the appreciation for their powerful guitar licks and flawless singing. 

Not only does this release introduce the trio’s new, heavier sound and show off their undeniable talent, but ‘Glue’ lays a pretty solid foundation for the group to continue developing their style. It offers the perfect opportunity for the guys to continue building on their career, following praise and support from both NME and BBC Introducing, in addition to a steadily increasing a fanbase within the UK music scene following some impressive support slots alongside the likes of The Libertines, Sam Fender and The Amazons,  it’s clear that 2021 holds even bigger things for the endlessly talented three-piece and they show absolutely no signs of slowing down.

 

Beth Rossiter
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