Parralox - Aeronaut

About Parralox - Aeronaut

Parralox, an Australian electronic music band based in Melbourne, was formed in 208 by John von Ahlen and within that same year released their debut album "Electricity", which took the Internet and pop blogosphere by storm.


Parralox present their brand new album 'Aeronaut', marking a new era for this exciting Melbourne based electronic pop act. The band, fronted by mega-talented rising producer John von Ahlen, have had an impressive career so far. Since 2008, they have released six accomplished albums, gaining support and acclaim from an incredibly broad range of blogs and cultural commentators - spanning MTV, Popjustice, Arjan Writes and Perez Hilton.

'Aeronaut' is a dramatic, pulsating slice of electronica that helps indicate how they caught the attention of Erasure, who recently asked the band to open for them on their 'Violet Flame' world tour. Parralox subsequently remixed the previous two Erasure's singles, released through Mute Records.

The music video for 'Aeronaut'is a follow-up visual collaboration between Creative Director,John lbrahim and John von Ahlen after working together on the critically-acclaimed visual 'Eye In The Sky', a cover of the famous song byThe Alan Parsons Project.  After endless cups of coffee and many late nights in John Ibrahim's atelier in Paris, a vision for the clip started to slowly emerge. Almost post-apocalyptic in vision, the 'Aeronaut'video captures the essence of reflection, observation and introspection set against the breathtakingly beautiful backdrop of Paris.

Parralox's previous single 'Crying On The Dancefloor' featuring Francine reached a peak position of number 6 on the UK Music Week Commercial Pop Club Chart in September 2014 and 'Sharper Than A Knife' saw the band score a number 22 position in the UK Club Charts in 2013.

The 'Aeronaut' Album and Remix EP is released worldwide on all leading online retailers including iTunes and Amazon. The Remix EP features new remixes from Rich B & Phil Marriott, Mi Disguise, Vile Electrodes and dance remixes from John von Ahlen.

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Melbourne based electronic pop trailblazers Parralox will release their new single ‘Wildlife’ on January 29. The track, which appears on the band’s current album ‘Aeronaut’, takes the Parralox sound into a darker territory - one which fans of M83 and Empire of the Sun may find familiar, while the accompanying video channels the iconic movie ‘Drive’.

The music video was recorded at Federation Square in Melbourne and features members of Melbourne’s underground glam rock scene. The was directed by John von Ahlen and assisted by Rodney Dekker.

Parralox recently performed a rousing live set at Berlin’s iconic Berghain club, supporting Little Boots on her European tour. The resulting demand has dictated that the band announce further European tour dates in the new year. The dates are:

January 22, 2016 - LONDON. Underbelly @ Hoxton.
January 30, 2016 - SWEDEN. Electronic Winter Festival.
August 9th, 2016 - NEW YORK. RockBar, West Village.

The CD/Download release of ‘Wildlife’ is accompanied by remixes of the track by 7th Heaven and Parralox, along with unplugged & remixed versions of the album track ‘Somebody II’.

Parralox are currently writing and recording their new album which will be titled ‘Subculture’, and due for release later in 2016. The band, fronted by mega-talented rising producer John von Ahlen, have had an impressive career so far. Since 2008, they have released seven accomplished albums, gaining support and acclaim from an incredibly broad range of blogs and cultural commentators. The band topped several charts at the end of 2015, including a top 5 position in the official US Dance Charts.

John von Ahlen also produces a radio shows on Australia’s Joy 949 Radio Station - the Saturday night music slot “NEON NIGHTS” which has recently seen him interview the likes of legendary hit-makers Vince Clarke (Erasure, Yazoo, Depeche Mode), Marcella Detroit (Shakespeare’s Sister), Sheena Easton, Reverend Clive Thomas Jackson from Doctor and The Medics, Pointer Sisters, Martika, Limahl, Paul Lekakis, Kim Wilde, Crystal Waters, Tina Cousins and The Dandy Warhols.




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