D//E Premiere: Pale Shade: Tired

Slow, heavy and on all counts loud, Tired, the brand new single by Josh O'Hara's Pale Shade, is a devastatingly crushing ode to solitariness and disconnection. Emitting more than enough fuzz and reverb, the song is the epitome of the rising band's mesmerizing compound of darkness, noisiness and intensity, and it comes as impressive as what people and the press applaud as the finest you can hear in the world of shoegaze at the moment.

Tired is part of the upcoming LP, Songs For Disappearing, and according to the band it was chosen as the lead single "because thematically it captures a lot of the essence of the album, namely struggles with social isolation." It was mixed by Jeff Zeigler (Nothing, The War On Drugs, A Sunny Day In Glasgow) at Uniform Recording.

Balancing between shoegaze, lo-fi and slowcore, and hailing from South Jersey, Pale Shade have been known for their exceptionally loud live performances. They have already toured the majority of the US East-coast, and they're about to embark on another run with Sleepy Limbs.

Stream Tired for the first time right below, and check out the dates to catch Pale Shade live.


3/16 Lancaster, PA
3/17 Newark, DE
3/18 Asheville, NC
3/19 Knoxville TN
3/20 New Orleans, LA
3/21 Pensacola, FL
3/22 Atlanta, GA
3/23 Columbia, SC
3/24 Norfolk, VA
3/25 Annapolis, MD

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