Fresh from their recent tour with We Are Scientists, Newcastle trio The Pale White have just dropped a video for their new single Peace Of Mind. The video was directed by James Alexander Grieves who has previously worked with Lanterns On The Lake among others and is available to watch below.
Vocalist Adam Hope comments on the new video:
We’re currently working on and planning our next big release which we’re very proud of. In the mean time, we’re excited to get the video for Peace of Mind out in the open and show everyone what the world would be like if it was covered in tin foil.
Peace Of Mind was produced by John Martindale and the band at Blank Studios and follows on from recent single Loveless. Last year, the band released their eponymous EP which was followed by support slots for the likes of Maximo Park, High Tyde, The Sherlocks and Band of Skulls among others.
They Pale White also appeared at numerous festivals last summer including Glastonbury (BBC Introducing stage), Kendal Calling, Barn On The Farm, Neighbourhood Festival and Reading and Leeds Festival. At the end of May, the band will join Scottish rockers Twin Atlantic and on their UK tour alongside Bellevue Days. All dates and ticket links can be found below.
Peace Of Mind is out now via Illegal Cinema Records.
Video: The Pale White – Peace of Mind