MUSIC fans were treated to a special in store performance by the singer of an up-and-coming band.

The Indie-pop quartet Pale Waves’ frontwoman gave the audience an acoustic session at Resident Records in North Laine, Brighton.

Heather Baron-Gracie took to the mic in front of a packed store, playing songs both new and old, with her usual pop, gothic charm.

The group are fresh off the back of celebrating the release of their debut album, My Mind Makes Noises, last week.

This week also saw the band release a new music video for their latest single, One More Time.

The song is definitely one that gets the crowd moving, and sounds even better in its acoustic version.

Formed in 2014, in Manchester, Pale Waves have marked themselves out as ones to watch and have garnered a steadily growing fanbase through their catchy pop tunes and heavier guitar riffs.

Their debut EP was released in February, and another is set to follow their debut album.

Pale Waves are on tour throughout September and October.

The band will act as support for chart-toppers The 1975 during their January tour which is set to come to the Brighton Centre on Wednesday, January 16.