Pale Waves have unveiled the video for their debut single ‘There’s A Honey’.
Due for release April 21st, the single comes amidst the band’s current support slot on label mates The 1975 North American tour.
Speaking of the single, frontwoman Heather Baron-Gracie explained: “‘There’s A Honey is a song about a failed relationship, the sense of desperation, contrasting feelings and insecurities. For the first Pale Waves video we wanted to create something that was minimal and beautiful. Drawing inspiration from American sculptor Daniel Wurtzel, romantic yet evoking a feeling of claustrophobia”.
‘There’s A Honey’ is a glistening indie pop treat from the Manchester four-piece as the addictive synth-flowing single leaves you wanting more.
You can watch the video for ‘There’s A Honey’ below: