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by Dead Parties

This song is about driving around with the wind in your hair as your favourite song is playing, occasionally you punch the air in anticipation of a great chorus.
Genre: Rock: Shoegaze
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Album Notes
Dead Parties sees Etienne explore his love for alternative rock, shoegaze, indie and psychedelia, experimenting with layered guitars, vocals, percussion and noise. He is influenced by bands such as Teenage Fanclub, The Black Angels, The Doors, My Bloody Valentine, BRMC, The Kinks, Mazzy Star, BJM amongst others. Take Control was released as part of the 200,000 Gazes compilation in the US through When The Sun Hits. In Dreams Of Decadence, was included on Psychedelia 5 in April 2013 through Northern Star Records (UK).

Dead Parties released their first ep entitled Tribe in October 2013 to rave reviews and support for Jacco Gardner. The next single, Disappear, was released in May 2014 exclusively on national Radio 3 in Spain, before receiving a general release. They were also chosen as support act for The Raveonettes in Barcelona and also Wye Oak.

They were thrilled to have their single Last Romance mixed by Paul Quinn (Teenage Fanclub), who also played drums on the track. The band recently embarked on their first national tour of Spain in support of their single, Hollywood. They have also played festivals including Sintonizza and the Poble Nou Festival in Barcelona, supported the Telescopes for This Feeling (UK) and The Drones (AUS).

Hot on the heels of their latest single, 93, the band will release its debut album very soon. They will also be supporting Moon Duo in Barcelona in June.

To fully realize the potential of the songs and expand the Dead Parties sound Etienne has found a bunch of drunks with no hopes whatsoever but a bellyful of dreams that includes: Sarah Kost (vocals/percussion/keyboards), Antonio Dorado (drums), Ricardo Relvas (guitar) and Adam Wilson (bass).



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