The Songbird-NMP are pleased to introduce you to Paris Street Rebels with their nostalgically titled track ‘Kings Of Balado’
Festival season is upon us, and for many music lovers, myself included, ‘Kings Of Balado’ is quite apt at present, in remembering one of the biggest music festivals in Scotland to date .
Nostalgic why? T in the Park was at the very heart of Scotland’s music scene, launched in 1994. T would see massive bands such as Primal Scream, Oasis, The Manic Street Preachers, The Prodigy, Black Grape and Pulp playing to some 66,000 revellers as they descended onto Strathclyde country Park from 1994 – 1996.
From 1997 to 2014, T at Balado was born. ‘Kings Of Balado’ is the story of two strangers spending a night together, lost in the midst of the T campsite, never really sleeping, united in music. Free in every sense of the word.
The wild and unfettered four piece hail from Fife in Scotland and Paris Street Rebels are undoubtedly an explosive punk rock band with their unique statement sense of style thrown in.
Paris Street Rebels are labelled as a must see act by music critics and music lovers alike.
Following on from their well received ‘I don’t wanna die young’, the groove has never been more stronger than on their new release. With undertones of Arab Strap’s ‘The First Big Weekend’, their rebellious and signature sound crams 1970’s solid punk rock and barbed wire sounds into
this track. The lyrics as always are personal here. In true PSR form, their lyrics bring real meaning and spiritual connection to those around them.
You can catch Paris Street Rebels play live at the iconic King Tut’s Wah Wah Hut in Glasgow on 21st June. Tickets are available at https://parisstreetrebels.bigcartel.com/product/paris-street-rebels-king-tuts-wah-wah-hut
Paris Street Rebels are also back at this years Outwith Festival on September 7th.
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Listen to ‘Kings Of Balado’ on YouTube here now
Review Written by Shannon Willocks