Tess Parks signs to Fuzz Club, long-awaited new album coming soon
The Toronto-born, London-based artist joins the Fuzz Club fam ahead of long-awaited new music
With long-awaited new music in the works, we’re incredibly excited to announce that Tess Parks has joined the Fuzz Club family! We’ve been a fan of Tess and her sublime musical output for years so we couldn’t be happier to have finally signed her to the label (something we’ve been wanting to do even more so off the back of her incredible set at Fuzz Club Eindhoven 2019!) Over the last couple of years she’s been cooking up a new album and it really is something special - news on that later, though…
Set to arrive next year, the new album will be her first solo album since her debut, 'Blood Hot', was released on Alan McGee's 359 Music label in 2013 (the Creation Records founder being a big champion from the off.) ‘Blood Hot’ introduced Parks’ mesmerising sound to the world to near-instant acclaim. Soon enough she had picked up a dedicated cult-like following, was touring internationally to sold-out venues and sharing stages with heroes like The Jesus and Mary Chain, Ride, Paul ‘Bonehead’ Arthurs and The Dandy Warhols.
In the years following ‘Blood Hot’, Parks went on to release a number of critically acclaimed collaborative albums and EPs with BJM’s Anton Newcombe. I’m sure those records need no introduction to the reader, but those included 2015's 'I Declare Nothing' LP, and the 'Right On' EP and 'Tess Parks & Anton Newcombe' LP which were both released in 2018. Tess has also written and performed on a number of BJM albums, including 'Pish', 'Third World Pyramid’ and 'Dropping Bombs On The Sun', as well as singing on the revisited classic 'Fingertips'.