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Pale Grey – Seasons [Review]

Pale Grey – Seasons [Review]

Belgian alt-indie-pop outfit Pale Grey have put out an atmospheric new track Seasons – and you really need to hear it.



Seasons is a dreamy, introspective indie-ballad, soothing the soul with outstanding falsetto vocals and sublime melodies. At just 2 minutes 25 seconds, it’s the kind of track you’ll repeat to or three times in a row just to get your fill.

Pale Grey’s sounds soulful sound is reminiscent of recent alternative heavyweights Tame Impala, Sebastien Tellier and Metronomy. The band is producing tracks with a subtle blend of mass appeal and indie acumen, drawing you in with elegant synths and keeping you hooked with unforgettable melodies.

This is an epic track from a fresh and exciting band. We’ll be watching out for Pale Grey’s next move and something tells me we won’t be disappointed. Definitely ones to watch for 2018 and beyond.


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