Perfectparachutepicture

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Sheffield, UK

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Alt-rock duo Perfectparachutepicture brings together brash riffy rock music and soft melodic vocals to create sonically powerful songs that are left running around the heads of their listeners. Their new single ‘The Stream’ pulls together driving guitar riffs, powerful beats and storming bass to create a dynamic accompaniment to the soaring lead vocals. Authentic lyricism touches on the theme of self-introspection and wanting to break from the constraints of mundanity. The upbeat release is paired with a gripping music video, set in an overcast UK town. Perfectparachutepicture have created a track brimming with energy, and listeners are sure to be hooked on ‘The Stream’. Speaking of the meaning behind their new track, the band reveals: “‘The Stream’ is a song about being pinned down by life, being stuck in a rut, a never ending loop where our existenceis questioned so we end up finding meaning in the smallest things. The song is about realising that our life is in our hands and the only person who can change our outcome is ourselves.” Hailing from Sheffield, this two-piece consists of Kyle Ernest on drums and vocals, and Edward James on bass. Their previous three singles, ‘They Only Want’, ‘Working Machine’ and ‘Lonely Landslide’, have reached the IndieXL Top 40 charts in the Netherlands, with their single 'Working Machine' reaching number 3. They have also all been featured on BBC Music Introducing, and played by Tom Robinson on his Mixtape show on BBC Radio 6 Music. The duo have received worldwide acclaim, with airplay in the USA, France, the Netherlands, Canada, Australia and South America to name a few. 'Working Machine' also reached number 8 in the BBC Introducing Sheffield's Top 50 tracks of 2020, and their single 'They Only Want' reached number 6 in the IndieXL 'Best Song of 2020' list. With every release that the band puts out, they move forward in leaps and bounds and they are destined for further success. ‘The Stream’ is the next release to further establish the band on the UK’s rock scene.

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