New | February 20, 2017
Pale Waves make their The 1975-produced debut with “There’s a Honey”


While they’re known for their own records, The 1975‘s Matt Healy and George Daniels know a thing or two when it comes to producing other artists. You can hear their influence on Dirty Hit labelmates The Japanese House‘s Pools To Bathe In EP. You can also hear it on the debut track from that same label’s latest talent, Pale Waves. “There’s A Honey” shares the same pop flourish as the more upbeat end of The 1975’s I like it when you sleep…. Fans of their sisters in sound MUNA will also dig this. Listen below.