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A Festival, A Parade ‘Big Screen TV’ : Unique blend of erratic, alternative rock.

A Festival, A Parade / Photo: Johnny Haynes

Bursting with shimmering guitars, colorful rhythmic drums and infectious melodies, ‘Big Screen TV’ is the first giant leap into unfamiliar territory for A Festival, A Parade – a band which have been championed by the people of the North for their unique blend of erratic, alternative rock.

Said the band, the song is: “A love story which follows a young couple on their quest to remove the shackles of small-town mentality and social media addiction, and revel solely in the company of one another in an age in which meaningful human interaction feels like a dying art.”

After reaching euphoric heights on the live circuit in 2019, highlights of which include delivering sell-out headline performances at prestigious venues such as Sage Gateshead and House Of Vans London, and an extensive run of support shows with the likes of Suede, Sam Fender and The Cult (stopping off at venues such as Shepherd’s Bush Empire, O2 Ritz Manchester and O2 Academy Newcastle along the way), AFAP resume normal service in 2020, with a breadth of brand new material due for release and an impressive live set in tow.

A Festival, A Parade is a dynamic indie band made up of talents: Joe Allan (Vocals / Guitar), Reece Spencer (Guitar), Oliver Winn (Bass Guitar) and George Rowan (Drums).

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