Watch: Pale Sailor make waves at Sydney and Matilda, Sheffield

By Thomas Jackson

28 May 2024

Mid-West Emo trinity Pale Sailor bring whiling and wonderfully complex guitar licks, heavy bass and crashing beats in their support slot for Jumper Boy at Sydney and Matilda in Sheffield.

Pale Sailor at Sydney and Matilda: Full Video

Feedback Sounds Live brings you a half hour set of complex, fast tempo indie vibes with original tunes banging out of your speakers from Pale Sailor.

Collected of bassist and singer Anya Bellamy, guitarist Eammon Hall and drummer Henry Veitch. They bring a vibrant energy to their intricate and fast paced performances, songs like Maths Rock demonstrate Eammon’s speedy left hand and their chaotic metric modulations that never leave you standing still for long.

Hall Said: “I always enjoy performing and thought our set was well played while still being loose and fun

“We’re definitely looking forward to playing more gigs at small grassroots venues because we enjoy having a local community and very excited about getting more music out this year.”

Their latest single, Jorts Season will be available on the 31st May, you can pre-save it and see where they will be playing next here!

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