In our Stefon from SNL voice: New York’s hottest club is a city rooftop where Australian five-piece Parcels are playing. The Berlin-based Daft Punk proteges have shared the visuals for their tune “Tieduprightnow,” filmed while the group was in town for a sold-out Bowery Ballroom show.
“Tieduprightnow” is bubbly and fun, like if you threw a beach party and then replaced the sun with a giant disco ball. The song was released last month ahead of the band’s debut full-length album, which is set to drop later this year on Kitsuné/Because Music, and has since tallied more than 5 million streams.
The band has been making big money moves recently, making their U.S. television debut in 2017 on Conan with their Daft Punk co-written and produced single “Overnight.” The band also made their U.S. festival debut at Shaky Knees earlier this year.
Watch the video for “Tieduprightnow” below and check out our recap of Parcels’ Shaky Knees set here.