Coventry quintet Parade releases their debut single ‘Colours’, a synth pop-inspired masterpiece you need to get your ears around.
Recorded and produced in Wolverhampton, Colours’s narrative is one of lost love and endless summers, abstract mysterious club night shows threaded together by hooks, grooves and beats.
It is a dark disco song that is as poetic as it is dancey. laden with delicate metaphors it details the isolation of a perpetual traveller lamenting a lost love. It’s the soundtrack to everybody’s next holiday.
Comprised of Paul Watters, Phil Morley, Tomas Ruby Goodwin, Sam Stokes and Max Wilson, they also produced their first-ever music video.
Filmed in Hastings by London-based long term friend Marcus Maschwitz, highlighting their 80s synth that could be straight out of a cohen brothers production.
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