ALBUM REVIEW: Tess Parks – And Those Who Were Seen Dancing | NARC. | Reliably Informed | Music and Creative Arts News for Newcastle and the North East

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Released: 20.05.22







Glowing with electric colours and woozy rhythms, Tess Parks presents a charming insight into her world with And Those Who Were Seen Dancing. Straight from the off, her masterful creative power is revealed through her enchanting vocals, mixed with the buzzing electricity of 80s rock, influenced by Parkslove for Oasis, chilled beats and groovy riffs.

Her mastery of poetic lines breaks through in tracks such as Suzy And Sallys Eternal Return, with lyrics Heaven is deep as a well / Ill see you there, expressed beautifully through Parkssoft, yet striking voice. Merging nostalgia with empowerment, her well-crafted harmonies and blurry, distorted sound immerses listeners into a mystical, dream-like reality. This album will swing Parksstraight to entrancing our hearts.


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