The Manchester band released their second album ‘Who Am I?’ back in February, and confirmed in September that they had already begun work on its follow-up. Since then, the group have shared various behind-the-scenes images from the studio.
Taking to Twitter last night (November 13), frontwoman Heather Baron-Gracie posted a still from a Sex Education scene between Otis and Maeve (portrayed by Asa Butterfield and Emma Mackey respectively).
“Wrote a song about their relationship and I guess it ended up on album 3,” she captioned the photo.
The characters confessed their feelings for each other in season three of the coming-of-age comedy-drama, having experienced ups and downs in their complicated friendship from season one. However, fans were left guessing what’s next for the pair after Maeve moved to America in the finale.
You can see the post below.
Wrote a song about their relationship and i guess it ended up on album 3 pic.twitter.com/uWp2axTsBw
— HBG (@HBARONGRACIE) November 12, 2021
In a four-star review of Pale Waves’ ‘Who Am I? – the follow-up to 2018’s ‘My Mind Makes Noises’ – NME wrote: “The band capture their optimism of a new life worth living, but never shy away from laying bare the challenges of doing so in times like these.
“Just getting through the day or to the finish line is enough for most of us these days; Pale Waves ought to be proud of what they’ve achieved.”
Pale Waves are set to showcase their latest album on a UK and Ireland headline tour next February/March. The run of dates includes a show at London’s Roundhouse. You can see the full schedule below.
11 – O2 Academy Bristol, Bristol
12 – University Great Hall, Cardiff
13 – Rock City, Nottingham
14 – O2 Academy Birmingham, Birmingham
16 – O2 Academy Bournemouth, Bournemouth
17 – O2 Academy Leeds, Leeds
19 – Limelight, Belfast
20 – Academy, Dublin
21 – O2 Academy Glasgow, Glasgow
23 – O2 Academy Sheffield, Sheffield
25 – O2 Academy Leicester, Leicester
26 – O2 Academy Oxford, Oxford
28 – Roundhouse, London
1 – O2 Victoria Warehouse, Manchester
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