Pale Waves announce second album details, share “Change”

U.K. rock band Pale Waves have confirmed they will release their second album, titled Who Am I?, on February 12 next year. The announcement is accompanied by new song “Change,” a video for which is streaming above.

Pale Waves released their debut album My Mind Makes Noises in September 2018. The album was the band’s first on the Dirty Hit label and featured production by label mates The 1975. Who Am I? was recorded mainly in Los Angeles with Rich Costey with half of the band forced to return to London and record remotely when the Covid-19 pandemic hit earlier in the year.

Speaking about the album, Heather Baron-Gracie of the band said: “for me, music and art is for people not to feel so alone and isolated. I want to be that person my fans look up to and find comfort in.”

Who Am I? tracklisting:

“Fall To Pieces”
“She’s My Religion”
“Wish U Were Here”
“You Don’t Own Me”
“I Just Needed You”
“Odd Ones Out”
“Run To”
“Who Am I?”