Anthemic, 80’s-Infused Alternative-Rock from Tyneside’s Parallax Skies with New Single “By The Time”
“vibrant vocals with jangly guitar interludes” - Alternative Tracks
“hints of new romanticism, shoegaze and Britpop with a big nod to the nostalgia of the alternative 80’s” – Music For The Misfits
“feel-good nostalgia trip mixing together different elements from old-school pop-rock bands” – Spotlight Music
“anthemic, alt-80’s drenched” – Reignland
After a big 2019, which saw the band play the prestigious festival Hit The North, Newcastle’s Alternative-Rock quintet Parallax Skies are primed to further build on this momentum, releasing their first single of 2020 titled “By The Time”.
“[By The Time] is about self-realisation; specifically of having wasted time by concentrating on all the wrong things” singer/guitarist Andy explains. “Consequently, unless something changes, you’ll miss your chance – John Lennon summed it up: life is what happens to you while you’re busy making other plans”.
This mellow inspiration for the single is a stark contrast to their live shows, which exhibits astonishing levels of energy from all members of the band, making them a force of nature at gigs.
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