Pale Waves have announced their debut album ‘My Mind Makes Noises’ with a brand new banger, ‘Eighteen’

This month's Dork cover stars are about to deliver on all that buzz.

Pale Waves have announced details of their much-anticipated debut album.

Titled ‘My Mind Makes Noises’, the band’s first full-length will be released on 14th September through Dirty Hit. As well as previous singles ‘There’s A Honey’, ‘Television Romance’, ‘Kiss’ and ‘Noises’, it’ll also feature brand new track ‘Eighteen’, which just got a spin as Annie Mac’s Hottest Record in the World on BBC Radio 1. You can read our first impressions here.

That’s not the only thing we’re getting from the band today, either. After what seems like an eternity of teasing, we can reveal that Pale Waves are the cover stars of the new issue of Dork, which is out now. Featuring an exclusive chat with the band’s Heather Baron-Gracie about the recording of their debut album, and their sky-high ambitions for it, you can find out more and grab a copy here.

‘My Mind Makes Noises’ is available to preorder now on digital platforms, CD and limited edition translucent red vinyl. The first 1000 CD or vinyl pre-orders through the band’s store will come with an exclusive, original photograph from the band’s ‘personal archive’.

Pale Waves are on the road for most of the rest of 2018, playing a mix of festivals, UK, European and North American shows. You can check out ‘Eighteen’, the tracklisting for ‘My Mind Makes Noises’, and those upcoming live shows, below.

‘My Mind Makes Noises’ tracklist:

There’s A Honey
Came In Close
Loveless Girl
When Did I Lose It All
One More Time
Television Romance
Karl (I Wonder What It’s Like To Die)

Pale Waves will play:

27 Standon Calling – Ware, UK
28 Y Not Festival – Derby, UK
29 Kendal Calling – Hackthorpe, UK

4-5 Lollapalooza, Chicago, US
6 Ogden Theatre w/ Chvrches, Denver, US
7 Ogden Theatre w/ Chvrches, Denver, US
9 Ogden Ampitheatre w/ Chvrches, Ogden, US
11 Outside Lands – San Francisco, US
12 107.7 The End’s Summer Camp – Seattle, US
18 / 19 Summer Sonic Festival – Tokyo & Osaka, Japan
24 / 26 Reading and Leeds Festival, UK
31 Bingley Music Live, UK

1 Popaganda Festival, Sweden
21 SWG3, Glasgow, UK
22 Boiler Shop, Newcastle, UK
23 Foundry, Sheffield, UK
24 O2 Academy, Liverpool, UK
25 O2 Academy, Birmingham, UK
27 O2 Shepherds Bush Empire, London, UK
28 O2 Ritz, Manchester, UK

1 Rock City, Nottingham, UK
2 Guildhall, Southampton, UK
3 O2 Academy, Bristol, UK
5 Elmwood Hall, Belfast, UK
6 Cyprus Avenue, Cork, IE
7 Dolan’s Warehouse, Limerick, IE
8 Academy, Dublin, IE
10 Le Badaboum – Paris, France
11 Sugar Factory – Amsterdam, Netherlands
13 Botanique Rotonde – Brussels, Belgium
14 Luxor – Cologne, Germany
16 Strom – Munich, Germany
17 Frannz Club – Berlin, Germany
18 Molotow – Hamburg, Germany
26 Scoot Inn – Austin, TX
27 Trees – Dallas, TX
28 White Oak Music Hall – Houston, TX
30 Jack Rabbits – Jacksonville, FL
31 Crowbar – Tampa, FL

2 Culture Room – Ft. Lauderdale, FL
3 The Social – Orlando, FL
5 Terminal West – Atlanta, GA
6 Mercy Lounge – Nashville, TN
7 The Underground – Charlotte, NC
9 The Broadberry – Richmond, VA
10 U Street Music Hall – Washington, DC
11 Union Transfer – Philadelphia, PA
12 Brooklyn Steel – Brooklyn, NY
13 The Sinclair – Boston, MA
15 Opera House – Toronto, ON
17 Corona Capital – Mexico City, MX
19 Madison Live – Covington, KY
20 Skully’s – Columbus, OH
23 Rave Bar – Milwaukee, WI
24 Amsterdam Hall – St. Paul, MN
25 Slowdown – Omaha, NE
26 Bluebird Theatre – Denver, CO
28 In The Venue – Salt Lake City, UT
30 Neumos – Seattle, WA

1 Venue – Vancouver, BC
6 The Fonda – Los Angeles, CA

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