Parlour Suns Release 'Figure It Out'
Parlour Suns formed in June 2020 and by February 2021, they had recorded 5 tracks at Momentum Studios with Josiah Manning as the producer, which were later mastered by Grant Berry of Fader Mastering.
These songs are set to be released throughout 2021 and the band hopes they are received well by fans of both Pop-Rock, Alt. Rock, and Pop Punk genres. Parlour Suns are formerly known as With Notion, of which they received great support during that era from the likes of BBC Introducing who broadcasted their tracks 'Give It A Try' and 'Drive Night' on BBC Radio Devon & Cornwall. As well as on the live scene, opening shows for Hopeless Records own 'ROAM' in Exeter and former Pure Noise Records 'Forever Came Calling' in Plymouth.
Their debut single 'Embers' was received by the music community incredibly well, being played on many different radio stations such as AmazingRadio and Switch Radio Birmingham.
After a break up, it’s very hard to figure out what’s going to help you to move on. Do you need time and space alone or do you need to immerse yourself in the company of someone new? This is what happens when commitment issues meets loneliness. Even a year on, it’s the constantly kicking yourself for not being ready, for not taking the plunge and commit to somebody you know would be great for you and being ridden with guilt from hurting their feelings when calling it off. Not knowing what you want can be really scary when you’re failing to understand yourself.
With indie-rock influences of Catfish and The Bottlemen and a prechorus reminiscent of The Eagles, it differs from debut single ‘Embers’, yet still somewhat maintains the sound we’ve been aiming for since we met in 2018
This song was written by very different means from the other four we recorded. Due to the the third lockdown, we were forced to stop our weekly practice before this song was completed and a lot of areas in this song was written as a result of all four of us recording ideas and sending them to each other until we were happy with it. Rob wrote the lyrics whilst sitting in his car recording the demo vocals in the middle of an industrial estate at 10pm in the rain and the bridge & chorus lead guitar wasn’t written until we were in the studio.