CMU Approved

Approved: Parker

By | Published on Monday 27 November 2017


Bryony Parker’s latest single, ‘Doubles’, deals with feelings surrounding her move from rural Australia to London in order to pursue a career in music. These lyrical themes, and an increased depth to her sound, make the track feel like a stepping stone towards making that career a reality.

Her second release on Killing Moon, following July’s ‘Runs And Rides’, the track sees her working with regular collaborator Rupert Lyydon of The Grand National. Adding layers of guitars to her electronic sound lifts the juxtaposition of hope and guilt in Parker’s words.

“I had a really beautiful upbringing, and I’m always seeking out the beautiful moments in life and trying to portray that in my music”, she says of her work. “I’ve had a lot of windows to a lot of different worlds”.

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