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Tom's Weekly Playlist | Parrot Dream



Thomas Konitzer is our resident audiophile. He runs his own music booking company, Outer Orbit Booking, and schedules all the musical acts that appear at The Flyover Fest. We asked Tom to do a weekly series to clue us in to what's on his radar, and what we should be listening to. Here's what Tom is listening to:

Brooklyn-via-Chile dream pop band, Parrot Dream, just announced their debut album, Light Goes, and share their first single, "Light Goes (In Mines)." Listen to this summery, shoegazey jam on repeat.

 

 

 

Posted by Tom Konitzer on 19 July, 2018 new music, Parrot Dream, Playlist | 0 comments
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