Pale Waves

Who Am I?
Release Date: February 12th 2021
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  • Worldwide exclusive ‘corona-effect’ variant release
  • Limited to 500 copies 
  • Gatefold sleeve
  • Comes hand-numbered on a first-come-first-served basis

Pale Waves sophomore album ‘Who Am I?’ comes exclusively pressed to ‘corona-effect’ vinyl and limited to 500 copies.

The album comes following on the back of the Manchester four-piece’s 2018 breakthrough album ‘My Mind Makes Noises’ on Dirty Hit. Recorded in L.A. over early 2020 with Rich Costey (Muse, Biffy Clyro, Sigur Ros), and led by the unabashedly huge lead single Change, it finds the Manchester band stepping up once more, fulfilling the promise of that widely-lauded debut album and striding towards pop megastardom.

Front-woman Heather Baron-Gracie said of the album “It’s my self confessed journey for the past year, collecting the pieces of myself that I lost and parts i still need to find. i wrote so many songs that weren’t right until I disappeared for a couple of months and figured out what the most honest parts of me had to say and when I found that then the songs just poured out.”

“Thank you for everyone who stuck by us and waited patiently so I could embark on this journey that I needed to. This album is for everyone that is still finding themselves- make the mistakes cause you’re meant to make them, don’t conform to anyone else’s standards, and be the unique self you’re meant to because that journey never stops and it is beautiful.”

This exclusive Blood Records release of the LP comes hand-numbered on a first-come-first-served basis. Please note that Blood Records is a pre-ordering platform and this record is due for release on Feb 12th 2021. All images for illustrative purposes.

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  1. Change
  2. Fall To Pieces
  3. She’s My Religion
  4. Easy
  5. Wish U Were Here
  6. Tomorrow
  7. You Don’t Own Me
  8. I Just Needed You
  9. Odd Ones Out
  10. Run To
  11. Who Am I?

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