Parcels. It’s hard to describe the genre of this five-piece vocal harmony band, but a mixture of funk, pop, electronic, disco and jazz all play host.

Parcels.

It’s hard to describe the genre of this five-piece vocal harmony band, but a mixture of funk, pop, electronic, disco and jazz all play host. Originally from Byron Bay before residing in electronic-infused Berlin, Parcels sport a unique sound that is taking them to new heights.

They were picked up early and signed to Parisian fashion and music label Kitsuné and this year will embark on a tour with Two Door Cinema Club. Before then though, they are playing to a sold out Moth Club in East London’s borough of Hackney, a venue that recently played host to Lady Gaga.

Parcels. It’s hard to describe the genre of this five-piece vocal harmony band, but a mixture of funk, pop, electronic, disco and jazz all play host.

Along with the tour, their new EP ‘Hideout’, which the band describes as a bittersweet pop record diving between confident dance grooves and uncertain wistfulness, will be released at the end of January. “We’re like five little sponges, constantly sucking up influence and changing ideas and inspiration,” the band told Clash Magazine. “Development is the backbone of the project and we hope every release we ever make will mark a new evolution”.

 

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