Artist: The Late Parade
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Here's the playlist for this week's radio show Sirius XMU:
01. Champagne Riot - The champagne anthem
02. TALK 1
03. The Late Parade - We will walk straight through this wall
04. Bolywool - Save my soul
05. Darkthrone - Eyes burst at dawn
06. Boy Omega - Follow the herd
07. TALK 2
08. Isobel & November - She came down the mountain
09. Dream Evil - Kill, burn, be evil
10. TALK 3
11. Martin Senter - Ingenting förlorat
12. Pascal - Tyst här i mörkret
13. Hello Saferide - Anna
14. Brothers of End - Big bird
15. TALK 4
16. Voices Break the Silence - Lost
Reminder: my show airs every week on Sundays and Mondays at 11pm ET on Sirius XMU. That's channel 26 on Sirius, 43 on XM and 831 for DirecTV subscribers.
Danish act The Late Parade are giving away their song "We will walk straight through this wall" for a limited time on the occasion of Copenhagen Fashion Week: http://www.thelateparade.com/
In case you forgot, the video for this song caused a bit of a stir when it was first released last year.
The Late Parade's vocalist Rune Vigil has teamed up with Ebbe Frej (Epo-555), the producer of the band's recent record "In chase of red beads", for a new project called Helsinki Poetry. The duo plans to record an EP eventually, but for now they are regularly posting demos for free download at their website: http://www.helsinkipoetry.com/
The Late Parade's new album "In chase of red beads" is now streaming in its entirety at myspace: http://www.bandbase.dk/thelateparade/Collection/10021/In-Chase-of-Red-Beads/
Good Tape Records has now confirmed that The Late Parade's full-length debut "In chase of red beads" will be released on May 11.
Drummer Ebbe Frej (Epo-555, Lise Westzynthius, The Late Parade) has started a new label with his friend Mads Bøgh under the name Ha Ha Records. Their first release this coming summer will be the debut EP from Danish lo-fi singer/songwriter Jeremy Sparrow. Listen at myspace: http://www.myspace.com/jeremysparrow
Check out The Late Parade's new, highly suggestive, possibly not-worksafe video for "We will walk straight through this wall": http://vids.myspace.com/index.cfm?fuseaction=vids.individual&videoid=50583023
Danish mag Gaffa's predictions for bands that will blow up in 2009: http://www.gaffa.dk/artikel/30497
I'm ashamed to say that the only name I'm really familiar with is The Late Parade.
Danish act The Late Parade report that their new album "In chase of red beads" is finally finished. No word yet on a release date, but I'll keep you posted.
Keyboardist Jonas Wridt has left The Late Parade and Troelz Schmidt has been announced as his replacement. Fans of the band might know him as the director of the "Foul cheer" video.
Good Tape Records has posted a whole bunch of new tracks on myspace, including stuff from Attrap, The Late Parade and more: http://www.myspace.com/goodtaperecords
Danish indie act The Late Parade has licensed their self-titled EP to Rallye & Klee for release in Japan. It will also be released in Benelux in the near future as well. Samples: http://www.myspace.com/thelateparade
Danish so-called "soft midnight indie pop" act The Late Parade will finally release their debut self-titled EP on October 1 via Good Tape Records. Listen to samples: http://www.myspace.com/thelateparade
RIYL atmospheric melodramatic pop such as Under Byen, Lampshade, Namur, etc.
Danish act The Late Parade has a new mix of the song "My spies" posted on myspace, the first taste they say of what to expect from their forthcoming record: http://www.myspace.com/thelateparade
Reminds me a bit of Lampshade.