Introducing a talented group known as Parliamo With a heady live reputation preceding them, Parliamo has already been hailed as one of Scotland’s most exciting young prospects. Drawing from a plethora of influences from Groove Armada, The Avalanches, and Massive Attack to Super Furry Animals, The Beta Band, and Primal Scream – their witty social commentary–styled lyricism partnered with a distinctive songwriting approach suggest a band working beyond their years. Backed by radio in the UK (BBC 6Music, Radio Scotland, Radio X) and in the US (via KEXP), their self-proclaimed brand of ‘underground pop’ is already turning a lot of heads. Citing influence from the likes of John Cooper-Clarke and Mike Skinner through to The Beautiful South and Fatboy Slim, Parliamo is a true breath of fresh air, and without doubt, ones to watch in 2021. With the release of their newest single "Life On The TV", they project an outstanding track that will surely grasp your ears. Beginning with vibrant instrumentation leading onto their luscious and full vocals they complete the track fully. Explaining the single further it's about the details of the youthful anxieties that arise after a heavy night out. Utilizing an inspired blend of soaring vocal harmonies, obscure electronic samples, and rousing indie-rock instrumentation, Parliamo's new single makes for a truly unique and compelling experience. To the vocals and production, this track will surely have you jamming. Being just perfect for a late-night drive or hanging out with friends. Go stream "Life On The TV" and check out their discography which is filled with amazing tracks.