Pale Waves Give Groovy, 1975-Produced "There's A Honey"
Pale Waves' new video for "There's A Honey" feels actually like a dream. "There's A Honey" marks their debut single and it has a masterful direction.
With friends in high places, the track saw production from George Daniel and Matthew Healy of The 1975. The track about a failed relationship immediately sends your head into space and there's no coming down. The blue and pink visual only adds even more to the musical trip and it feels just.
The band told the Fader,
"For the first Pale Waves video we wanted to create something that was minimal and beautiful. Drawing inspiration from American sculptor Daniel Wurtzel, romantic yet evoking a feeling of claustrophobia."
Watch the music video below:
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