• Born in Liège in 2008, De Parrot is a band dedicated to the memory of two beautiful people, Aldo (Boddah's drummer) and his girlfriend Sofia, gone too soon because of a tragic accident. Created by Fabio (Aldo's brother) and Samuel (Aldo's close friend), the duet's sincere and engaging lyrics and acoustic performances quickly got them noticed. They gave a brilliant performance at an acoustic contest in Tilburg, The Netherlands, and their second gig was in Rome, Italy. Fabio and Samuel have performed in most of the small clubs in the Liège area, where they currently live. In 2010 the band recorded their first full album called "Live session" which is the follow-up of the first demo called "Witness". Gil Chevigné recorded and mixed all the songs. The band has already performed in some of the most important European capitals such as Rome, Brussels, Amsterdam and London. De Parrot proposes progressive alternative rock music tinted with pure emotions. In Autumn 2015, the most famous belgian metal-band, Channel Zero, chose De Parrot to be part of their support act for their 'Unplugged Tour'. At the beginning of 2016 the band started the recording of their latest songs in the LotuStudio, Liège, Belgium. The songs were then sent to the Long Beach Studio Longueil in Montreal, Canada, for the mixing and mastering, that was done by Pasquale Caruana. The new EP entitled "GIFT" was released, on a card-usb format, on October 13th 2016.For their 10th birthday, in 2018, the band organized a unique concert in Liège (B) and released a video 'StoryTelling' that goes through the most important steps of the band's life. In 2019, De Parrot released "Today I'm Better", performed Live in Utrecht (NL) for Sofar Sounds and had their first concerts in Germany. After a pandemic-forced break, the band got back to the studio and recorded 'Your Mystery' that has been released in April 2022. The new single 'Shamrock' has been released in November 2023.


Fabio Pullara
guitar and vocals


Samuel Ciulla
guitar and vocals

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