Happy-go-lucky vibes with rustic vocals, The Parrots’s newest album offers a sound similar to something straight out of the 60’s. Just from their album cover alone The Parrots new album, Los Niños Sin Miedo, consists of dreamy and psychedelic sounds. The Parrots music flows through listeners and keeps listeners interested on a deeper level, and the use of intense distortion on lead vocalist’s, Diego’s, voice gives this album the extra texture it needs.
Unlike plenty of new musicians, The Parrots originated in Madrid, Spain. They met at University and began to hang out and host their own jam sessions. They found the Strokes to be their biggest influence, but this album is more relaxed than most Strokes songs. Members Diego García, Alex de Lucas (bass) and Larry Balboa (drums) portray more of a loose hippy-rock tone for their newest album.
Recommended If You Like: Foxygen, The Strokes, The Vaccines, Grateful Dead, Cool Ghouls
Recommended Tracks: 2 (Let’s Do It Again), 3 (No Me Gusta, Te Quiero), 4 (A Thousand Ways), 6 (Casper), 7 (EA Presley), 10 (Los Niños Sin Miedo)
Do Not Play: None
Written by Jessica Rosenberg on 10/03/2016