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Pale Waves' 'There's A Honey' is still an absolute bop at BBC Radio 1's Big Weekend

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Published: 6:30 pm, May 28, 2019
Pale Waves' 'There's A Honey' is still an absolute bop at BBC Radio 1's Big Weekend

This weekend, old auntie Beeb threw a massive party in Middlesbrough.

Big Weekend saw loads of huge and upcoming names descend on 'the north' for a three day blow up that was also broadcast on 'the airwaves', both radio and tellybox.

That means there's a whole heap of live performances to watch, including this one from Pale Waves, who performed 'There's A Honey'.

They joined other acts, including The 1975, Foals, Miley Cyrus, Sam Fender, Charli XCX and Billie Eilish in performing at the event.

Check out the video below.

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