Australian Electro-Pop Band Parralox Featured in Video for Torrid; Remains Steady on UK Charts
Parralox duo, John von Ahlen and Amii Jackson, continue to climb the charts in the U.K. while preparing for their biggest transition this far, to release their music in the United States.
With musicality stylings comparable to Depeche Mode, The Human League, Erasure, New Order, Pet Shop Boys and a bit of Madonna, the Australian band gave America a taste of their music with their release of "Sharper Than A Knife" back in December.
Now, the band's song, "Crying on the Dance Floor" is being featured in a spring digital look book for the women's clothing brand, Torrid. Parralox will continue to please fans across the world with a free download of a mash-up track with their song, "I Sing The Body Electric" and Depeche Mode's "Enjoy the Silence" which fans will be able to access in the upcoming weeks.
Parralox has plans to release a new full length album later this year. In the meantime, the band is preparing to release their next single, "Silent Morning" a cover of the seminal Noel Freestyle classic. With fantastic, dance-enticing beats and catchy lyrics, Parralox is continuing to catch many ears around the world.
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