Tickets are now available for The Pale White at The Garage!
At the time devoid of fresh blood, Newcastle quickly became alight with buzz around The Pale White upon their formation in 2016. Brothers Adam and Jack Hope, then joined by Tom Booth, honed their skills as a ferocious three-piece and quickly settled into a rhythm of their own with a self-titled EP in 2017 and 2018’s hip-swaggering ‘Take Me to the Strange’.
Heads were quickly turning and with ongoing support from Radio 1, Radio X and Triple J, the band’s tunes were playing up and down the country. Highlighted as “one of the North East’s hottest groups” by NME and their tunes praised as “filthy, QOTSA-esque stoner rock” by The Independent in a 5-star live review, local hype soon translated into widespread acclaim, huge support slots and impressive festival appearances.
Following a riotous run of singles produced by Jolyon Thomas (Slaves, Royal Blood), The Pale White released their highly anticipated debut album, ‘Infinite Pleasure’, in 2021. This make-or-break moment only cemented the group’s status with praise from key industry names and even a feature on Amazon Music’s Leicester Square billboard.
After enduring a global pandemic and concluding a career-best run of headline shows, Dave Barrow injected newfound excitement into the line-up as the new bass player. The revitalised outfit spent much of 2022 realigning themselves before returning to introduce the next era properly, with the ‘A New Breed’ EP truly declaring The Pale White’s rebirth.
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