LCCM alumni band Caper Parade recently launched their brand new EP ‘Never Too Much Love’, available to buy on Spotify, Soundcloud, iTunes and Amazon. All graduates from the BMus (Hons) Music Performance and Production degree, the band members came together in 2014, developing their sound from one genre to another to create their individual style.
Caper Parade ran a Kickstarter campaign to raise funds to enable them to send the tracks for the new EP to Mushroom Studios’ Enrico Berto in Italy, get it mastered and press it on vinyl to sell at future gigs and on tours. They were successful in raising their target amount and we’re sure it will help them to take their talent further and continue to spread their unique sound.
““Take It Easy” – it throws us right back to the heyday of shiny disco balls, flare pants and the Bee Gees.” – The Daily Listening
The London-based three piece band are known for their energetic and quirky live shows; a mash-up of 60s pop, 70s funk and 80s disco with a sprinkle of humour. Formed of Aksel Undset on guitar, synth and vocals, Leo Geller on bass and vocals, and Tom Miller on drums, Caper Parade have so far released three singles and a previous EP, and have been playing gigs around London for three years.
The band will be playing a gig this Friday at 8pm to showcase their new EP at Balabam in Seven Sisters, London. They will be joined by special guests Undergrooveland and Henry Counsell from Count Counsellor who will also be performing. You can join the Facebook Event here and check out Caper Parade’s Facebook profile here.
Check out ‘Never Too Much Love’: