Listen to the Newcastle three-piece’s newest single.
Following multiple plays on The Jack Saunders Show, BBC Radio One, The Pale White have shared their new video for Medicine.
The track was engineered and produced by Jolyon Thomas (Royal Blood, Slaves, Frank Carter & The Rattlesnakes) at Livingston Studios, London. The latest offering from The Pale White is rattling with seductive, hip-shaking rhythms, awash with slapback delays and fuzzed-out guitar lines all glued together by truly addictive, melancholy vocal hooks.
“Medicine is about the mundane greyness you feel when you get stuck in a rut and caught in an endless haze while searching for your own personal remedy. Working with Jolyon Thomas we learnt to embrace being outside of our comfort zone… that made us very excited for the rest of 2019. Medicine is to be swallowed on a full stomach.” says vocalist Adam Hope.
The Pale White are a three-piece rock band from Newcastle, comprised of brothers Adam (Vocals/Guitar), Jack Hope (Drums) and completed by longtime friend Tom Booth (Bass).
With a fantastic 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 around.