The Parrots

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The Parrots 

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The Parrots 

Madrid’s finest, The Parrots, have announced details of a new track, Girl, which is released on Heavenly Recordings.

Recorded down by the sea in Cádiz at the studios of much-loved Spanish sound engineer Paco Loco and produced by the Horrors Tom Furse, it follows their own unique take on Soy Peor by Bad Bunny, one of the biggest songs on the Latin / Spanish hip-hop scene of recent years (400 million plays on You Tube, 100 million on Spotify), which they released in February of his year.

Talking about Girl, the band said:

For us this is a very special song, after years working in the same way, we decided to take a bold step and took Tom Furse on board. His views and advice while producing our next songs made us take a leap to the next level, and open our minds to new creative visions.

Tom Furse added:

Girl is a perfectly formed piece of sun tinged garage pop that shows The Parrots have both attitude and songwriting chops to spare - the only challenge was not messing around with it too much.

The band are currently in the process of writing their new album, the follow up to their debut album, Los Niños Sin Miedo, which was released in August of 2016 too much acclaim.

Often chaotic, but always incredible, they have thrilled audiences across the UK with their ramshackle, set-of-the-pants live performances including a mind-blowing sold-out headline shows at London’s Oslo and Moth Club a number of festival slaying appearances at last year’s The Great Escape and most recently headlining The Lock Tavern Festival in London and the Future Sounds all-dayer in Manchester.


Picture a band dreamt up by Wes Anderson. A band of 70s looking cowboys straight out of Westworld armed with psychedelic guitar riffs and all the hair. A band playing songs that could easily sit as a Quentin Tarantino soundtrack.