British Indie-Pop band Pale Waves have released the third single, “Easy” from their upcoming album, ‘Who Am I?’. Similar to the previous two singles, the new song is accompanied by a music video. This time around the video has a darker/gothic tone and set in an abandoned church which was mentioned in the bands Instagram live as the single premiered.
“Easy” started out as a piano driven ballad which was revealed by frontwoman Heather Baron-Gracie in an exclusive interview with Annie Mac on BBC Radio 1. She later revealed why the overall feeling of the song was changed by saying, “I made that decision to change the music because it’s such a positive song within the lyrics; [it’s] about how uplifting love can be overall”
You can listen to “Easy” below:
Pale Waves – EasyFrom the new album ‘Who Am I?’, out February 12th – http://dirtyh.it/whoamiDirected by James SlaterProduced by My Accomplice©&℗ Dirty Hit 2020
Also revealed to NME, Gracie gave us some more insight on the music video, “I’m really inspired by the gothic medieval aesthetic and at the time I was thinking of the video I was watching a lot of Tim Burton films whose creativity really inspires me.”. Pale Waves second album, “Who Am I?” is slated for release on February 12th via Dirty Hit.