The Pale White plot Southern UK tour

Photo Credit: Darran Moore

Catch them live across the South of England in September.

Following the release of their brilliant single Medicine via ILLEGAL CINEMA, The Pale White have  announced their takeover of the south of England, when they embark on a mammoth 18-date tour this September.

“We can’t wait to take our show to the south and complete our 2019 UK tour! The northern leg was an incredible reminder of how good it feels to play sold out headline shows to our amazing fans. Get your earplugs in, it’s gonna get loud!”

Medicine 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.

“The trackis 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 Adam Hope.

Be sure to catch The Pale White live on their Southern Tour:
10 September – Cambridge, The Portland Arms
11 September – Peterborough, Metropolis Lounge
12 September – St Albans The Horn
14 September – Reading, Purple Turtle
15 September – Bath, Somerset, Moles Club
16 September – Cardiff, Clwb Ifor Bach
17 September – Swansea, Sin City
19 September – Southampton, Heartbreakers
20 September – Brighton, The Hope & Ruin
21 September – Bournemouth, The Anvil
23 September – Plymouth, The Junction
25 September – Margate, Elsewhere
26 September – Tunbridge Wells, Kent, The Forum
27 September – Milton Keynes, The Craufurd Arms
28 September – Guildford, The Boileroom
29 September – Oxford, The Bullingdon
01 October – Bishop Stortford, The Half Moon
02 October – Southend-On-Sea, Chinnery’s