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Album Review

Overnight, the third long-player from Charlottesville, Virginia pop machine Parachute, continues in the vein of 2011's Way It Was, offering up another richly detailed, impeccably crafted, and impossibly slick smorgasbord of teen rock/electro-pop confections with a blue-eyed soul center. The band, which has shared the stage with enough like-minded acts (Jonas Brothers, Plain White T's) to know its way around a proper earworm, can cultivate hooks with the best of them, as evidenced by the easy, bouncy opener "Meant to Be," its sonically more adventurous sibling "Can’t Help," and the bright and engaging "Didn't See It Coming."

Customer Reviews


Although I am extremely excited for this release because Parachute is by far my favorite band, I have to say that I am so far dissapointed by the songs that have already been released. The techno addition and heavy bass is something that takes away from the beautiful lyrics and instrumentals. I really hope that the rest of the album shows songs similar to the ones on the last album that were stuck on replay on my playlists. Im a loyal fan, but this makes me somewhat sad.

Missing the old Parachute

I have always been and will always be the biggest Parachute fan, but I'm pretty disappointed with this album. For mainstream music it's good, some of the songs are really catchy, but we already have so much of that out there. I've always loved how Parachute was unique in their sound. They always sounded natural and real and didn't need synthesized music to make a good song. I'm so happy they put Disappear and the acoustic version of Hurricane on this album - that's the Parachute I fell in love with. I understand musicians need to change and progress, but they can still do that without adding synthesized music that takes away from their beautiful sound. I just hope this isn't the end of the Parachute I have always loved.

No words can explain how excited I am for this FRIGGIN ALBUM!


Genre: Pop

Years Active: '00s

Parachute took root in the college town of Charlottesville, Virginia, where the group honed its mix of pop/rock, funk, and contemporary blue-eyed soul under their original name Sparky's Flaw. Formed by high school students Will Anderson (vocals, guitar), Johnny Stubblefield (drums), Christopher "Kit" French (saxophone, keyboards), Alex Hargrave (bass), and Nate McFarland (guitar), Sparky's Flaw generated a healthy buzz around town and eventually became popular at the nearby University of Virginia,...
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