While their name may imply something totally goofy (and their history of non-sequitir album titles like “Wolf Eggs and “Nature’s Burrito” doesn’t help), The Parmesans are actually delicate, articulated folk with only the slightest hint of silliness.
On September 30th, the band will release their 7th record, Flat Baroque. Recorded at Tiny Telephone, the entire record is made up of songs done in a single take—pretty neat. Pre-orders of Flat Baroque come with two instant downloads, “Call Me When You’re There” and “Vacation Song.” The rest of the record comes the day of release. Check out the teaser tracks below.
The Parmesans will be hitting the road for the month of October, starting in San Francisco and Oakland on the 3rd and 5th and circling back around to the city for Halloween. Check out their Bay Area dates below.