Pace sound like: They’ve had their childish fun and now they have a lot of introspective to do.
Similar artists: The National, Glass Animals, Local Natives
Their story: Pace are a three-piece from London who make pop-leaning indie music with guitars fraudulent to sound a bit some-more fortifying that many others you’re likely to hear these days.
Meeting and combining in Spring 2016 after a long-awaiting reunion between old buddies and rope members Jamie Ley and Philip Morris, they combined drummer Aaron Colton and started the band.
Two singles, Foolish and Heartbeat, followed that year and found themselves on successful streaming playlists and on many-a-blog heading to many-a-national radio play.
The band’s new lane Love Will Shine A Light looks set to follow in the footsteps of its predecessors.
What’s so good about them? Pace’s common musicianship and songwriting is what happens when several rarely regarded particular performers join forces and spin their courtesy to cocktail music.
Singer Jamie Ley is himself a finessed artist having achieved solo and in other bands over the years. He’s a former housemate of Justin of The Vaccines and has found a identical ideal place for his moist baritone voice.
Bernard Butler of Suede celebrity found them, favourite them and soon finished up co-writing and producing their new single.
Although early days it may be for this earnest alt-pop trio, they have already laid down their matter of vigilant in formulating a constant following around Pace given they have sole out their first two London shows over the march of the last year.
Most-streamed lane on Spotify: Foolish (over 157,000 listens so far)
What will they be doing in 2017? We know that mostly the rope will be releasing some-more upbeat alt-pop treats before the finish of the year, and we’d design a garland of some-more shows to take place in a identical timeframe.
Signed to: Unsigned
Upcoming live shows: None announced just yet, but design that to change.