"Parlour Tricks completely blows me away... huge-voiced harmonies soaring... this is by far the most exciting new band I saw all day." - POPMATTERS.COM


PARLOUR TRICKS has spent the last few years building a loyal fan base and wowing critics with their "big, bold and powerful" three-part harmonies and chameleonic blend of indie pop and alternative rock. Recipients of the Village Voice's award for Best Pop Band in New York 2014, the band tours frequently and has earned slots at festivals including Bonnaroo, SXSW, Summerfest, and both CMJ and CBGB Fests in their hometown of New York City.  For their Bar/None Records debut BROKEN HEARTS / BONES, Parlour Tricks traveled down to Nashville frequently to work with producer Emery Dobyns (Suzanne Vega, Noah & The Whale).  With influences as diverse as Nine Inch Nails and The Andrews Sisters, the band calls the album "pop", but they're perfectly happy not being able to specify exactly what that means. “'Pop' was a dirty word for a while,” says lead singer and songwriter Lily Cato. “Now it seems like a hundred different genres at once. It gives us a lot of room to explore.”