Giant Party are a soul-splashed indie four piece based in London Town. Fresh from a series of successful European dates they release new single ‘Red Button on 27th July via Label Fandango.  It’s the bands third single of 2018 following ‘Actress’ and ‘White Ink’ , the latter was premiered by Line Of Best Fit in January 2018 and was made Steve Lamacq’s ‘Lamacq Livener’ on BBC Radio 6 Music throughout February.

New single ‘Red Button’ will feature on the bands second EP, which is set for release in September. It’s a sinister number with a political message, reminiscent of The Rapture or what LCD Soundsystem would sound like if Micheal Jackson joined the New York dance-rock outfit.

Springtime 2017 saw the band release their first single on Label Fandango ‘Ambulances’ which was championed by Elton John on his Beast 1 ‘Rocket Hour’ show, their self-titled debut EP was released in August 2017, which alongside ‘Ambulances’ included the singles ‘Tongue Tied Lightning’ and ‘Nighttalk’ which gained attention from the likes of Noisey, DIY Magazine, Elton John’s Beats 1 Show, BBC Radio 1 and BBC 6 Music to name a few, while being compared to the eclectic sounds of LCD Soundsystem, Twin Shadow, Blood Orange, Wild Beasts, Spandau Ballet, Future Islands, Grizzly Bear, TV On The Radio and even Phil Collins.

For Giant Party have perfected a sound which is living in the ‘80s but also alive to the thrilling pan-generic possibilities of the modern age. The live show is a smoothly genteel riot of fluorescent lights and fluid lithe grooves, embodied by a guitarist throwing around a Spandau Ballet fringe and a singer rolling around the stage amidst the shocking pinks and luminous lime greens. Far from any throwback tribute act however, Giant Party behave like an already-excellent alt.rock band who have just discovered the silky delights of Top Of The Pops circa 1982. It’s a live show that takes the audience a journey, a journey where you never quite know what is around the next corner.

In April 2018 the band sold out London’s Sebright Arms for Parallel Lines, while their raucous show at this years Great Escape Festival was also sold out, leaving hundreds queuing but unable to get inside the searing Prince Albert. Following impressive UK Festival appearances at Bestival, The Great Escape, Stag & Dagger, Metropolis Rotterdam and Live At Leeds the band take their impressive live show on tour around the UK in October – Tickets.