British indie-pop band Pale Waves have released their newest single “She’s My Religion” – a non-typical love letter that sees frontwoman Heather Baron-Gracie embracing her sexuality to represent a real, queer relationship without hiding behind the cliches of oversexualization or playful experimentation. CLICK HERE to listen to the vulnerable and nostalgic grunge-pop track and CLICK HERE to pre-order/pre-save the album, Who Am I?, out February 12, 2021, via Dirty Hit.
“’She’s My Religion’ isn’t the standard or typical love song,” Heather admits, reflecting her desire to write the single. “Society depicts the dark sides to a person as unloveable and tends to only focus on the positive sides. I believe to love someone and their entirety creates a love that is freeing and truthful. I also wanted to give my fans a song to find themselves in. I wish I had a song like this when I was a young girl trying to find herself in the world.”
“She’s My Religion” follows lead single “Change,” a catchy, retro-guitar track made up of stories of heartbreak from Heather’s friends, reflecting the different moods and emotions that we all go through. CLICK HERE to listen to the song, which was first played as Annie Mac’sHottest Record In The Worldon BBC Radio 1, and CLICK HERE to watch the video.