O2 Academy Sheffield
The last night of their current tour finishes off at the O2 Academy Sheffield, with support coming from Bitters, and Hot Milk. An absolute delightful variety of rock music, powered through the crowd, who came to let it all out on a cold Sunday Yorkshire evening.
The Pale Waves took to the stage, their signature sound drifts across the audience as the first chords of Change are struck from Heather's specially made Vox guitar. At the end of a long tour, the band still had a ton of fuel left in the tank, ready to end on a high. Nothing was at fault, the stage beautifully set, Heather, Ciara, Hugo, and Charlie held the crowd banging out a great set of their signature tracks, following on from Change with TV Romance, Eighteen, followed by a further eleven tracks from albums Who Am I?, My Mind Makes Noises, and EP All The Things I Never Said, ending on an encore of She's My Religion, and There's A Honey.
The gig have the perfect balance of fan engagement, sign along, hand wavers, and rock out songs. From start to finish, support to main, this was an absolute cracker.
You can still catch Pale Waves in 2022 across some of the UK's finest festivals. https://www.palewaves.co.uk