“dynamic arrangements and Beatles/ Sgt. Pepper vibe” – Detroit Live Magazine –
With contributions from 10cc’s Mick Wilson and acclaimed lead guitarist Tony Hallinan, the album is a well rounded piece of pop perfection. Taking on influences from Tom Petty to Bad Company, Dutch founding members Harry de Waij and Joos van Leeuwen deliver both professionalism as well as an outstanding talent to compose catchy tracks.
The album kicks off with their upcoming single ‘Not like another day’, a catchy and upbeat pop song that invites the listener to step out of an ordinary life. Written a while back in 2002, Harry explains the song is about “opening your eyes, believing in yourself and look at your world in different way.”
In 2005, W.A.L.E. embarked on their American tour as Early Grey band, playing in cities like Chicago, Detroit or Madison.
W.A.L.E. are a band that is full of potential. With fans including Status Quo’s Francis Rossi who owns one of their CDs, the band has certainly managed to achieve a fair degree of recognition. W.A.L.E. have also reached out to legends such as Iggy Pop or Jimmy Page who also own one of their previous records. With ‘Come Together’ they are now ready to roll on to the UK and beyond.
The single ‘Not like another day’ is out on 9th May