Raucous, Scottish indie rockers Parka return with the release of their four to the floor, manic guitar anthem 'Disco Dancer' on 7th January 2008.
The last few months have been a whirlwind of success for Parka who, having taken part in their first nationwide tour, saw their debut single shoot to number 11 in the indie chart.
Parka have spent the summer recording their debut album with Iain Gore (Rumble Strips, Kid Harpoon, Blood Red Shoes) at Miloco Studios in London and now head out on the road to rid themselves of studio cabin fever.
Hailing from Scotland but now based in East London, Parka have toured with the likes of Switches, Foals, Boy Kill Boy and The Young Knives already this year and amassed more and more supporters along the way.
1. Disco Dancer
2. On The Corner
3. The Glass
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