The Pale are an Irish Rock band that have been performing on the Irish music circuit for the passed 20 years. In the early 90′s the band received support with their debut release from major record label. The Pale’s tenure with this label was however short lived, so The Pale continued on their venture independently. Over the next few years they released a number of labels throughout Europe including Cheapside – 1996, Cripplegate – 1997, Spudgun – 1998. In an attempt to gain further success they changed their name to Produckt, and released more albums under this title.
The next few years saw the band perform live gigs, however financial issues prevailed, The Pale soldiered on.
Since then The Pale have been developing, maturing and changing their sound. Over the passed five years the band have released two albums, The Contents of A Shipwreck (2007) and Proper Order (2009). Their new album I Woke Up and I Was Gone features 12 songs, covering pop/folk genres. Such charming tracks include Company of Wolves, It should be Illegal, The Boy with The Antlers, Hanging Around Airports and An Autography For my Dad.