Jangly Rock music from Northern Ireland. est. 2015.

Since their formation in early 2015 Northern Irish pop rockers Parapa Palace have garnered a dedicated following from all corners of their local scene as well as BBC ATL describing their music as “Jangly rock and roll with attitude”. Influences like Interpol, Pixies and The Cribs permeate through their music, with songs abundant in thumping rhythms and jagged guitar lines mixed with snarling melodic vocals make for thrilling listening.

2016 saw the County Down band go from strength to strength. Following on from the release of their self-titled debut E.P, and the double single ‘Myopic/Visions’ in 2015, the band headed into the studio in April 2016 with Niall Doran at Start Together Belfast to record the stellar “Cruel Hands”.

Since their live debut at The Menagerie Belfast in February 2015, the band have played several high profile shows including Belfast Voodoo, The Empire Music Hall and in June performed an in store gig in HMV Belfast. 2016 saw the band working on new material, as well as play showcase shows in McHugh’s basement and Dublin’s Bello Bar. A new E.P is planned for release in spring 2017.