We Are Parkas on Wednesday 9th June 2021
We Are Parkas live at The Louisiana. Wednesday June 9th 2021.
A garage rock quartet hailing from Bristol, specialising in dirty, disillusioned, and maliciously unapologetic rock and roll. Enjoy only at maximum volume.
2019 saw We Are Parkas become one of the hottest prospects in the UK indie music scene. Following the release of three stellar singles, ‘Catch Me Out’, ‘Thirtysomethings’ and ‘Medication’ which were recorded at Marc Macnab – Jack’s (Kill It Kid) Mizpah Studios, the band have performed sold out headline shows in their stomping ground of Bristol at The Louisiana and The Mother’s Ruin, as well as in the big smoke of London at The Fiddler’s Elbow and The Monarch.
The lads have also supported some of the biggest names in the current UK scene, namely The Scruff, The Wholls, Himalayas, False Heads, Novatines, Larkins and The Snuts. Singer and frontman Matt Banks has even opened for Carl Barat and The Jackals with a solo acoustic set at Bristol’s renowned venue on a boat, Thekla.
Their latest single 'Friday Night' was released in April last year, and has received widespread critical acclaim as well as a months airtime on John Kennedy's X-Posure Show on Radio X.
New music is due for release in July this year, watch this space.
Adam Crowther, BBC Radio Bristol
“Incredible lyrics. Ridiculously talented. A brilliant, brilliant British indie rock band”
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