The UK has a long history of producing some of the most formidable rock acts this world has seen. From the Rolling Stones to Joy Division, their love for rock n’ roll runs deep within their blood. In recent years, however, the country’s hunger for raw, gritty and unadulterated rock has grown considerably weaker. As a result, this has left many in the country wondering, who will restore the British rock scene to its former glory?
Taking a chapter out of their predecessor’s book, Newcastle-based trio the Pale White think they’ve got what it takes to fill that void. Combining the youthful exuberance of the Clash with the tight rock production of the White Stripes, these rambunctious young lads re-inject some life into a surprisingly quiet Brit rock scene. Full of pounding drums and scrawling guitars, their music hits like a hammer on the Queen mother’s dinnerware.
It’s no more apparent than on the band’s new single, “Loveless,” which finds the group channeling the aforementioned groups while bringing their own unique and modern touch. Speaking on the song, lead singer Adam Hope says, “After hiding away and recording our next batch of releases, it felt so good to burst through the doors of 2018 and hear your own songs being screamed back at you at our sold out homecoming show. It’s going to feel even better to show the world what we’ve been working on. We couldn’t be more excited for ‘Loveless’.”