credit : Peter Rabbit
Patrick Hetherington, Louie Swain, Noah Hill, Anatole Serret and Jules Crommelin met at the high school of Byron Bay, a town to the east of the australian continent. However, it will take a few years to break the walls of their garage badly lit, set sail towards the West, and fly to the capital of european art, Berlin. Developing a scholarly recipe, overlapped, pop, funk, and electronica, the quintet is quickly noticed by the parisian label Kitsuné. After delivery noticed at the festival des inRocKs in the past week, the band continues to make it a talking point by unveiling a new single, Older, extracted from the EP – Hideout (scheduled for 27 January).
Leaving the land of electro-disco that we had both won on their previous two singles, Myenemy and Gamesofluck, the Australian Parcels illuminate our fall bad with their hit pop Older. Transported by strings playful and vocal harmonies delicious, this new single is distinguished by its simplicity and its effectiveness, not without reminding me of the recipe for Norwegian Erlend Øye (Whitest Boy Alive) and the productions licked from Daft.
In concert on February 16 at Point Éphémère.
>>> listen to the Parcels on Apple’s Music.