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Pop-rock trio Carpark are back with a bang, in the form of their brand new dynamic single, 'Suburbs Of Hell' via Saviour Music Group.


The track is led by lead singer and bassist Sophie Scott’s signature sugar-sweet vocals, building slowly with thumping drums courtesy of Lauren O’Donnell Anderson, all complemented by Hattie Upton-Dance’s grungy and commanding guitar riffs and tones.

'Suburbs Of Hell' which was produced by Spacemen, was debuted at this Summer’s

2000 Trees Festival, and went down a storm with the crowd.

According to the band, the meaning behind 'Suburbs Of Hell' is,

“A dark parallel reality brought to life, it’s about the anger and frustration of being trapped in the inner city of hell but aspiring to live out in the suburbs and sunbathe with the devil in your back garden.”

Carpark have had quite the triumphant year so far, including wrapping their debut headline tour around the UK, playing venues in Glasgow, Newcastle, Manchester, Brighton, Bristol and London at the Seabright Arms. They quickly caught the attention of Saviour Music Group, and signed with them.

Next up is the band’s new highly-anticipated EP release, which Carpark have been holed up writing and recording. It is set to arrive in February 2024. 2022 saw the trio release their debut EP, 'The World Ended In 2012' which has racked up 150k+ streams on Spotify alone. The 5-track body of work was met with solid support from the likes of BBC Radio 1’s Jack

Saunders, who made them his coveted Next Wave Artist. Carpark followed this up with single, 'Not The Perfect Start', which BBC Radio 1’s Nels Hylton picked as his Future Alternative, and featured on Spotify’s prestigious New Music Friday UK playlist.

Having only played their first live show as Carpark two years ago in a friend’s garage, the girls have been cutting their teeth on the live scene, and quickly becoming everyone’s new favourite band. They have supported the likes of Lauren Hibberd, Kelsy Karter and Beth McCarthy, plus have played festivals such as 2000 Trees and Barn On The Farm. More recently, the three-piece headlined a packed-out, high energy show at London’s Lower Third.

Born out of the ashes of a previous band, Carpark are trashing the rule book and re-writing the narrative of what a rock band ‘should be’. They are the fun, relatable and refreshing band with Irish roots that this generation needs. Weaving together nostalgia, power, and infectious melodies they create a sound that transports you straight into the heart of a captivating coming-of-age film soundtrack.

'Suburbs Of Hell' is out now. Listen HERE @carparkband


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