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SPECIAL GUESTS
Shacklewell Arms
Wednesday 8 October 2014

FREE ENTRY - DOWNLOAD TICKET IN ADVANCE
WWW.FACEBOOK.COM/PALEMUSIC

London’s minimalistic, electro-duo Pale are back and as brooding as ever. True to their name, you will find no brightness or blush in this vocal angst and gravelly bass. Opening for acts like The Vaccines and Sky Ferreira, Alan and Lee earned approval in 2013 from the ubiquitous blogosphere with infectious tracks like “Fearing Faces,” “Too Much,” and “Rundown.” Their perfected sound and muted aesthetic float impossibly between a post-apocalyptic world and the 1980s, they play a FREE show at The Shacklewell Arms on Wednesday 8th October.
DOWNLOAD A FREE TICKET HERE



PALE

PALE

SPECIAL GUESTS
Shacklewell Arms
Wednesday 8 October 2014

FREE ENTRY - DOWNLOAD TICKET IN ADVANCE
WWW.FACEBOOK.COM/PALEMUSIC

London’s minimalistic, electro-duo Pale are back and as brooding as ever. True to their name, you will find no brightness or blush in this vocal angst and gravelly bass. Opening for acts like The Vaccines and Sky Ferreira, Alan and Lee earned approval in 2013 from the ubiquitous blogosphere with infectious tracks like “Fearing Faces,” “Too Much,” and “Rundown.” Their perfected sound and muted aesthetic float impossibly between a post-apocalyptic world and the 1980s, they play a FREE show at The Shacklewell Arms on Wednesday 8th October.
DOWNLOAD A FREE TICKET HERE



PALE

PALE

SPECIAL GUESTS
Shacklewell Arms
Wednesday 8 October 2014

FREE ENTRY - DOWNLOAD TICKET IN ADVANCE
WWW.FACEBOOK.COM/PALEMUSIC

London’s minimalistic, electro-duo Pale are back and as brooding as ever. True to their name, you will find no brightness or blush in this vocal angst and gravelly bass. Opening for acts like The Vaccines and Sky Ferreira, Alan and Lee earned approval in 2013 from the ubiquitous blogosphere with infectious tracks like “Fearing Faces,” “Too Much,” and “Rundown.” Their perfected sound and muted aesthetic float impossibly between a post-apocalyptic world and the 1980s, they play a FREE show at The Shacklewell Arms on Wednesday 8th October.
DOWNLOAD A FREE TICKET HERE



PALE

PALE

SPECIAL GUESTS
Shacklewell Arms
Wednesday 8 October 2014

FREE ENTRY - DOWNLOAD TICKET IN ADVANCE
WWW.FACEBOOK.COM/PALEMUSIC

London’s minimalistic, electro-duo Pale are back and as brooding as ever. True to their name, you will find no brightness or blush in this vocal angst and gravelly bass. Opening for acts like The Vaccines and Sky Ferreira, Alan and Lee earned approval in 2013 from the ubiquitous blogosphere with infectious tracks like “Fearing Faces,” “Too Much,” and “Rundown.” Their perfected sound and muted aesthetic float impossibly between a post-apocalyptic world and the 1980s, they play a FREE show at The Shacklewell Arms on Wednesday 8th October.
DOWNLOAD A FREE TICKET HERE



PALE

PALE

SPECIAL GUESTS
Shacklewell Arms
Wednesday 8 October 2014

FREE ENTRY - DOWNLOAD TICKET IN ADVANCE
WWW.FACEBOOK.COM/PALEMUSIC

London’s minimalistic, electro-duo Pale are back and as brooding as ever. True to their name, you will find no brightness or blush in this vocal angst and gravelly bass. Opening for acts like The Vaccines and Sky Ferreira, Alan and Lee earned approval in 2013 from the ubiquitous blogosphere with infectious tracks like “Fearing Faces,” “Too Much,” and “Rundown.” Their perfected sound and muted aesthetic float impossibly between a post-apocalyptic world and the 1980s, they play a FREE show at The Shacklewell Arms on Wednesday 8th October.
DOWNLOAD A FREE TICKET HERE



PALE

PALE

SPECIAL GUESTS
Shacklewell Arms
Wednesday 8 October 2014

FREE ENTRY - DOWNLOAD TICKET IN ADVANCE
WWW.FACEBOOK.COM/PALEMUSIC

London’s minimalistic, electro-duo Pale are back and as brooding as ever. True to their name, you will find no brightness or blush in this vocal angst and gravelly bass. Opening for acts like The Vaccines and Sky Ferreira, Alan and Lee earned approval in 2013 from the ubiquitous blogosphere with infectious tracks like “Fearing Faces,” “Too Much,” and “Rundown.” Their perfected sound and muted aesthetic float impossibly between a post-apocalyptic world and the 1980s, they play a FREE show at The Shacklewell Arms on Wednesday 8th October.
DOWNLOAD A FREE TICKET HERE



PALE

PALE

SPECIAL GUESTS
Shacklewell Arms
Wednesday 8 October 2014

FREE ENTRY - DOWNLOAD TICKET IN ADVANCE
WWW.FACEBOOK.COM/PALEMUSIC

London’s minimalistic, electro-duo Pale are back and as brooding as ever. True to their name, you will find no brightness or blush in this vocal angst and gravelly bass. Opening for acts like The Vaccines and Sky Ferreira, Alan and Lee earned approval in 2013 from the ubiquitous blogosphere with infectious tracks like “Fearing Faces,” “Too Much,” and “Rundown.” Their perfected sound and muted aesthetic float impossibly between a post-apocalyptic world and the 1980s, they play a FREE show at The Shacklewell Arms on Wednesday 8th October.
DOWNLOAD A FREE TICKET HERE



PALE

PALE

SPECIAL GUESTS
Shacklewell Arms
Wednesday 8 October 2014

FREE ENTRY - DOWNLOAD TICKET IN ADVANCE
WWW.FACEBOOK.COM/PALEMUSIC

London’s minimalistic, electro-duo Pale are back and as brooding as ever. True to their name, you will find no brightness or blush in this vocal angst and gravelly bass. Opening for acts like The Vaccines and Sky Ferreira, Alan and Lee earned approval in 2013 from the ubiquitous blogosphere with infectious tracks like “Fearing Faces,” “Too Much,” and “Rundown.” Their perfected sound and muted aesthetic float impossibly between a post-apocalyptic world and the 1980s, they play a FREE show at The Shacklewell Arms on Wednesday 8th October.
DOWNLOAD A FREE TICKET HERE



PALE

PALE

SPECIAL GUESTS
Shacklewell Arms
Wednesday 8 October 2014

FREE ENTRY - DOWNLOAD TICKET IN ADVANCE
WWW.FACEBOOK.COM/PALEMUSIC

London’s minimalistic, electro-duo Pale are back and as brooding as ever. True to their name, you will find no brightness or blush in this vocal angst and gravelly bass. Opening for acts like The Vaccines and Sky Ferreira, Alan and Lee earned approval in 2013 from the ubiquitous blogosphere with infectious tracks like “Fearing Faces,” “Too Much,” and “Rundown.” Their perfected sound and muted aesthetic float impossibly between a post-apocalyptic world and the 1980s, they play a FREE show at The Shacklewell Arms on Wednesday 8th October.
DOWNLOAD A FREE TICKET HERE







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