REVIEW: No stopping The Pale White with new single, "Confession Box"
Hot off the heels of their bombastic single “Glue," the Newcastle trio are back with their soaring new song, “Confession Box."
Like previous tracks “Polaroid” and “Take Your Time," The Pale White’s songwriting prowess is on full display. Singer Adam Hope’s vocals mesh seamlessly with bassist Tom Booth’s grooves and Jack Hope’s thunderous drums.
“Confession Box” is an indie rock breakup anthem in the making. The lyrics are both personal and universal; something we can all relate to. Adam Hope muses “who’s better off now?” and I think we can say that we all are.
The future is bright for The Pale White and “Confession Box” is only a glimmer of what is to come.
“Confession Box” is available to stream on Spotify, iTunes, and Pandora. You can find The Pale White on
Toni Bacon is a Louisiana native transplanted to Atlanta. She enjoys adding to her already large vinyl collection, reading about history, anthropology, and music, and watching college football. She has a degree in English literature and spends a good deal of time wondering who Jack the Ripper actually was.