The Parkers are sensual and subversive with grungy synth-pop are anthems of
disenfranchisement and searing social commentary.
Their aesthetic appropriates
imagery from 1970s wasted American youth, classic rock swagger, and modern
electro-pop—a vintage-modern mashup sure to warp mass minds. Blonde and doe
eyed, sisters Anya and Kate exude a detached suburban cool, but, in reality, are
prodigiously gifted, tirelessly driven musicians, joined on stage by drummer Hunter Kane.
Select career highlights include collaborations with esteemed producers such as
Ido Zmishlany (Shawn Mendes) and exposure from its stunning video for “Let’s
Disappear” which featured in the National Film Festival for Talented Youth.