Perfectparachutepicture's new single and lyric video 'Working Machine' is out now.
The duo from Sheffield, UK, known as Perfectparachutepicture (AKA PPP), made up of Edward James on bass and Kyle Ernest on drums and lead vocals, is back with their new single 'Working Machine' which was released on the 28th August and follows their independently released debut album, No Modern Desire from 2019.
The self declared Noisemakers have been creating music since 2013 and have been able to build up a respectable following thanks to their awesome sound, that mixes Alt Rock, Noise Rock, Pop Rock, Garage Rock and Punk, but also because of their "sonically powerful live performances" which include an appearance at 2019's Tramlines Festival (in Sheffield), as well as supporting the likes of Turbowolf, Pulled Apart By Horses, Dinosaur Pile-Up, False Heads and Darlia.
The single that was released earlier in the year 'They Only Want', has been very well received from fans and critics alike all over the globe, and has been featured in Clash Magazine, Music Crowns, New Noise Magazine, and it was played on Tom Robinson's BBC Radio 6 Music show. But it's the current single 'Working Machine' that we're featuring today.
I've always been a fan of two piece Bluesy Rock bands that manage to make a huge noise despite their numbers, think Royal Blood, The Black Keys and The White Stripes. But when that sound gets expanded even further with elements of Alt, Noise, Garage and even a hint of Pop, I'm practically frothing at the mouth to check it out.
And Perfectparachutepicture didn't fail me, 'Working Machine' fits the above description and them some, it sounds like they've taken some extra inspiration from bands like, and probably including: Biffy Clyro and Queens Of the Stone Age, which when added to what was already in the mixing pot, causes it blow up in an awesome, riff heavy mess of tunes.
Perfectparachutepicture said about their latest single: "'Working Machine' is a sucker punch to the senses. It's a song about being bogged down somewhere that you don't want to be, and subsequently freeing yourself from that place with a newfound confidence that you never knew you had. It's a reminder to keep moving, working, and pushing for more."
Perfectparachutepicture's 'Working Machine' is for all of you who like their bands small (member wise) but huge with their tunes!