Soon to be the first band to play on the moon, Pale Lady brings you a fresh blend of energy, smiles, and angst to create some Alt Pop-Rock goodness. Since forming in late 2016, Pale Lady has gone on to win the New Zealand national Battle of the Bands competition with two members also winning best guitarist. They have opened for international legends such as The Red Jumpsuit Apparatus and Haken, released five singles and an EP with critical acclaim, and have recently returned from an international tour of Asia, Australia, and New Zealand. Watching these rock fanatics live, you can expect to be immersed in lush vocal harmonies, a one-man drums/keyboard combo, inappropriate bass licks, and guitar solos a plenty. With new music and projects in the works, Pale Lady will be on the moon before you can say ‘logistics’.

Band  members :  Conall Ryan – bass/lead vocals

Jack Taylor – Lead guitar/cowbell

Sam Minot – lead guitar/backing vocals

Sam Higham – drums/keyboards/backing vocals


Artist Quote:

“A big part of our music is the combination of classic rock elements mixed with modern music production. We saw our new single ‘Lost and Found’ as an opportunity to try and make the most out of a top-class recording studio. We recorded the track at Roundhead Studios in Auckland New Zealand which provided us with numerous musical toys to play with. Before hitting the studio, Lost and Found as a song was fairly complete but we left lots of room for creative ideas to take place as part of the recording process. What we ended up with was a song fuelled by an emotional message and the fun creative energy we had while recording it.”   – Sam Higham (drummer)

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Featured  Indie  City  3rd  February  2021