The Parrots are undoubtedly one of the most important bands in the Spanish garage scene (along with Hinds and Los Nastys). They have played across Europe, the US and Central America – packed nights at London’s Shacklewell Arms and chelada-fuelled lunchtime showcases at SXSW, raucous gigs of elemental garage noise, feelgood ferocity and many, many stage invasions. They also cite The Monks, Jonathan Richman or 13th Floor Elevators as inspiration.
After half a dozen singles and EPs, in 2016 they released their critically acclaimed first album 'Los Niños Sin Miedo' (Heavenly Recordings). In early 2018 the band take on “Soy Peor” by Bad Bunny, turning it into a caribbean-garage hit that already reaches 250,000 listeners on Spotify.
Shortly after the recorded 'Girl’ and ‘My Love Is Real’, two new singles produced by The Horrors’ Tom Furse and mixed by Matt Wiggins (James Bay, LCD Soundsystem, Adele).