Pace have “Fallen”
Pace had an eventful 2019 releasing their debut single “Hunt Me Down” as well as showcasing their moody cinematic music and aesthetics at Brighton Pride’s LoveBN1Fest, 2000Trees Festival in Cheltenham, the O2 Shepherd’s Bush Empire and as an opening act for Grace Carter. Pace was also booked for Boardmasters that got cancelled last year and this year’s cancelled The Great Escape festival. Not to forget, they have become a Sofar Sound favourite.
They are now ready to bring you back to their mysterious world with the next single “Fallen”. Pace is an Alternative-pop act based in London. Formed in 2015 by singer-songwriter Adam Pavlovčin and pianist and composer Adrián Čermák, the duo later incorporated drummer Chris Eleos and guitarist Lorenzo Calvo to become a four-piece sharing the desire to produce music and performances that raise controversy and provoke thought.
“Fallen” represents Pace’s sound that floats between euphoria and sorrow. “Fallen” invites people to fall in love with themselves and all of their perfect imperfections. It’s anthemic chorus “Come on hold my head and kiss away all the doubts that hold you back” speaks to all of us self sabotaging our relationships, careers and daily lives in general. We shall kiss without prejudice instead. Three days after the official release on streaming platforms, the song will be accompanied with a music video exploring this transition to self-love. Fall tonight!
Inspired by the likes of avant-garde artists Sevdaliza, Aurora and Anohni, as well as the neo-folk and rock spirited stylings of Mumford and Sons, Matt Corby and Sufjan Stevens, Pace boasts a very uniquely crafted sound palette that retains traditional elements without ever being predictable, inviting the listener to that special place where alternative and popular music meet.