The Pale White continue to amp up their already grandiose rock on ‘Medicine’. Their first release since the ‘Take Me To The Strange’ EP is a bona fide anthem which shows why the Newcastle band could be next big thing to come out of the city…
Though The Pale White have an output filled with moreish tracks, ‘Medicine’ requires an extra heavy dose (sorry).
The band’s signature sound features once again. ‘Medicine’ is accented with thunderous percussion, hook laden guitars and, of course, frontman Adam Hope’s hypnotic vocals.
It was engineered and produced by Jolyon Thomas who has worked with heavy hitting names like Royal Blood, Slaves and Frank Carter & The Rattlesnakes.
Hope explains “‘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”.
To hear the new track live make sure you catch The Pale White in the North East this month. They perform in Stockton on 28th February at The Georgian Theatre.