Pale Rider Release New Single The Move

Liverpool space rock quartet issue storming new single

Posted on Oct 26th, 2018 in News, Pale Rider, Rooftop Records
Pale Rider Liverpool psych garage outfit Pale Rider have unveiled their new single The Move, a slice of doom-laden psych that pays equal homage The Verve and Black Sabbath.

The follow up to the quartet’s widely praised debut single I Run On Rain released earlier this year, the new track has been released by Liverpool based label Rooftop Records.

Switching from its languid opening verses into a double time section sixty seconds in and climaxing with a cathartic chorus, the quartet cram a mini-psych epic into just under four minutes.

Tracked at Parr St. Studios, the city centre recording hub has been used luminaries including Doves, Elbow, The Coral and most recently Ian Brown.

Firm fixtures on the Liverpool gig circuit, Pale Rider have logged support slots alongside Pinkshinyultrablast and The Lucid Dream.

The outfit’s next gig is a hometown fixture supporting fellow astral voyagers Dead Meadow who are touring the UK as part of their twentieth anniversary and in support of their new album The Nothing They Need

Pale Rider support Dead Meadow at Jacaranda Records Phase One Saturday 27th October. Tickets available here