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Parcels have debuted a video for their latest single, 'Tape'

Taken from the band's debut self-titled album which dropped last year, it comes as they prepare to make their Coachella debut this Saturday (13th April).
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Published: 7:29 pm, April 11, 2019
Parcels have debuted a video for their latest single, 'Tape'

Parcels have debuted a video for their latest single, 'Tape'.

Taken from the band's debut self-titled album which dropped last year, it comes as they prepare to make their Coachella debut this Saturday (13th April).

Speaking about the video, the band explain: “We wanted a video that tapped into the energy we feel at a live concert. It's another world than the record, it's a whole different feeling and we wanted to give a taste of that.” They add, “That's why we filmed the live scene in a one-take live scenario, from our on-stage perspective, with real fans at the show! We came on stage as an encore that night and we explained to the crowd that we wanted to capture something different with cameras. It was nerve wracking and we totally threw the crowd into the deep end. But it was a good surprise, everyone reacted with a smile, it was a real buzz. Thanks a million to everyone who was at that concert!”

Parcels are set to return to the UK in July, when they'll play London's Somerset House and Latitude Festival.

Check out the video for 'Tape' below.

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