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June 2019
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Pale Waves prove themselves one of the most exciting new bands on the planet at Community 2018

Did we need any more proof? No, not really.
Published: 2:19 pm, July 05, 2018 Photos: Sarah Louise Bennett.
Pale Waves prove themselves one of the most exciting new bands on the planet at Community 2018
Pale Waves prove themselves one of the most exciting new bands on the planet at Community 2018
Pale Waves prove themselves one of the most exciting new bands on the planet at Community 2018
Pale Waves prove themselves one of the most exciting new bands on the planet at Community 2018
Pale Waves prove themselves one of the most exciting new bands on the planet at Community 2018
Pale Waves prove themselves one of the most exciting new bands on the planet at Community 2018
Pale Waves prove themselves one of the most exciting new bands on the planet at Community 2018
Pale Waves prove themselves one of the most exciting new bands on the planet at Community 2018
Pale Waves prove themselves one of the most exciting new bands on the planet at Community 2018
Pale Waves prove themselves one of the most exciting new bands on the planet at Community 2018
Pale Waves prove themselves one of the most exciting new bands on the planet at Community 2018
Pale Waves prove themselves one of the most exciting new bands on the planet at Community 2018
Pale Waves prove themselves one of the most exciting new bands on the planet at Community 2018

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