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Parquet Courts


LP - £17.99 | Buy
Little was said about Parquet Courts' debut effort, American Specialties.
Parquet Courts

Light Up Gold (2021 repress)

limited glow in the dark lp - £22.99
Parquet Courts

Sympathy For Life

limited deluxe lp in tip-on gatefold w/ glued-in 6pp booklet - 1 per customer - £26.99 | Buy
limited indies green lp - 1 per customer - £19.99 | Buy

lp - £15.99 | Buy

cd - £12.99 | Buy
*** we have one super rare'plant life' 12"(previously only avAILABLE ON THE BAND'S WEBSITE & TOUR MERCH)& some tarot cardsto give away ...
Parquet Courts

Wide Awake Remixes

12" - £7.99
following their sublime ‘wide awake’ album, this record sees two remixes of the title track, as well as the excellent ‘normalization’.
sunbathing animal
  1. Bodies
  2. Black and White
  3. Dear Ramona
  4. What Color Is Blood
  5. Vienna II
  6. Always Back In Town
  7. She’s Rollin
  8. Sunbathing Animal
  9. Up All Night
  10. Instant Disassembly
  11. Duckin And Dodgin
  12. Raw Milk
  13. Into The Garden

Parquet Courts

sunbathing animal

Rough Trade
  • lp + download

    Released: 2nd Jun 2014

    out of stock

Still rooted firmly in the unshackled exploration & bombastic playing of their earlier work, everything here is amplified in its lucidity & intent - The songs wander through threads of blurry brilliance, exhaustion & fury at the hilt of every note.

Following their quietly released 2011 debut 'American Specialties', 'Light Up Gold' caught the ears of everyone paying even a little bit of attention, garnering glowing reviews across the board for its weird colours & raw energy. 'Sunbathing Animal' is a sharper, harder follow up. Fleeting moments of bliss are also captured in its grooves & extended at length as if to preserve them. Pointed articulations of these ideas are heard as schizoid blues rants, shrill guitar leads, purposefully lengthy repetition & controlled explosions, reaching their peak on the blistering title track. "its energy & invention points to big things for Parquet Courts" 7/10 - dis, "free-ranging, stylistically sprawling album" - pitchfork.