On July 1st we will release our new EP “Subterrane”. It will feature 3 brand new songs and was recorded at the start of this year with Graham Davidson at Half Bap studios in Belfast.

Subterrane Tracklisting –

  1. Before The Dark Times
  2. A Fistful Of Laurels
  3. Gumshoe


PP x


New EP

Good news friends, we have been busy scurrying away in the studio on tracks to go into our next EP which we hope to release in the next few months. We have been in recording with the rather excellent Graham Davidson at Half Bap studios in Belfast and the results so far have been sounding great. The new tracks definitely have more of a heavier sound compared to our previous efforts and they should all sound great mixed together. We head back to finish it all next week so we look forward to sharing the fruits of our labor with everyone soon! We will update you all on the track listing and running order when we decide what goes where!

PP x

‘Cruel Hands’ still available!

Hey friends, a bit of housekeeping to do here…we have neglected our beloved WordPress page for too long! Promise to keep you all in the loop on here with exclusive stuff about the band! In meantime if you haven’t already – check out our last single ‘Cruel Hands’ from any good online digital platform or download it from our bandcamp.

Released 26th May 2016.

Parapa Palace EP

Our Debut EP is still available to buy in CD format from HMV Belfast or download as a high quality MP3 or stream from our bandcamp page –

It was released on 22nd April 2015 and features 3 tracks recorded with Declan Legge at Big Space Studios.


  1. Down By The Sea
  2. Ballad Of The Brack
  3. The Boot

Check out some reviews of the release below!

Myopic/Visions double single

Our last release was the double single Myopic/Visions. It came out on 14th August 2015 which we celebrated with a packed show at Belfast’s The Bar With No Name. A few great bands played with us on the night to make it a real party to remember!


The single is available in limited edition CD format upon request or as a high quality MP3 or stream from our bandcamp page –

REVIEW: Parapa Palace – Myopic/Visions