With a sound that pulls from many quarters from alt rock and noise rock through to punk and garage rock, UK noisemakers Perfectparachutepicture have genuinely crafted a sound that will quench the thirst of music fans needing something solid, fresh, and inspiring. Perfectparachutepicture are destined to rise high and they just released their blistering new single, “The Hold”, out via all platforms. The track is taken from the band’s killer debut album, No Modern Desire, out on Friday 13th September.
Perfectparachutepicture, stylised as PPP, come at you from Sheffield and were born in 2013. The emerging noise rock duo consist of bassist Edward James and Kyle Ernest on drums and lead vocals. The twosome have developed a stellar reputation for their high energy and sonically powerful live performances. An explosive main event appearance at this year’s Tramlines Festival, in Hillsborough Park Sheffield, as well as support slots with Turbowolf, Dinosaur Pile Up, Heck, Fangclub and Darlia, has only added greater stock to the band’s recent growth.
PPP’s new single, “The Hold”, is an ideal showcase piece for the duo. With its rousing grit and vigor, the track is fed from hard hitting drums and heavy bass riffs, while also highlighting the band’s melodic craft and emotional execution. The twosome remark about the single:
“The Hold” is the lead single taken from the debut album No Modern Desire. It is a song about unity and hopefulness. The track has feelings of past despair and sadness, and the want for a better future.
With live shows penned for the rest of the summer and into autumn, along with further single releases, Perfectparachutepicture are sure to harvest widespread national praise, and rightly so.