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The album cover for Tess Parks. A portrait of Jess in black and white. Her head tilts downwardly and her eyes are closed.
Tess Parks - And Those Who Were Seen Dancing
Tess Parks - And Those Who Were Seen Dancing
Tess Parks - And Those Who Were Seen Dancing

Tess Parks - And Those Who Were Seen Dancing

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Fuzz Club bring us the long-awaited return of Toronto-born, London-based artist Tess Parks.


Toronto-born, London-based artist Tess Parks returns with her long-awaited new album ‘And Those Who Were Seen Dancing’ via Fuzz Club Records. Following years of international touring and a lengthy list of critically-acclaimed collaborations with Brian Jonestown Massacre’s Anton Newcombe in recent years (most recently the duo’s self-titled 2018 LP), the new album will be Parks’ first full-length solo offering since her much-loved debut album, ‘Blood Hot’, was released back in 2013 on Alan McGee’s 359 Music label.

+ Dinked Edition 174
+ 180g ultra-clear with red, blue & yellow splatter vinyl *
+ Flexi-disc, bonus track ('I Like It Here') *
+ Fold-out 62cm x 62cm poster *
+ Gatefold sleeve, printed inner sleeve
+ Hand-numbered *
+ Limited, pressing of 500 *
+ One Per Customer

* EXCLUSIVE to Dinked Edition

+ Deluxe LPs are pressed on 180g black vinyl; housed in a gate-fold sleeve. 
+ Indie LPs are pressed on ultra clear vinyl. 

“In my mind, this album is like hopscotch”, Parks says: “These songs were pieced together over time in London, Toronto and Los Angeles with friends and family between August 2019 and March 2021. So many other versions of these songs exist. The recording and final completion of this album took over two years and wow - the lesson I have learned the most is that words are spells. If I didn’t know it before, I know it now for sure. I only want to put good out into the universe.” A growing disillusionment with the state of the world paired with an injury that stopped Parks from being able to play guitar and piano for months meant the album was nearly shelved.

“I really felt discouraged to complete this album”, she recalls: “I stopped listening to music for honestly about a year altogether and turned to painting instead. I really had to convince myself again that it’s important to just share whatever good we can - having faith in ourselves to know that our lights can shine on and on through other people and for other people. The thought of anyone not sharing their art or being shy of anything they create seems like a real tragedy to me. Even if it’s not perfect, you’re capturing a moment.” Recorded over a two year period but with songs, lyrics and ideas dating back over a decade in some form, ‘And Those Who Were Seen Dancing’ is an album full of such moments, people and places.


Side A
1. WOW
2. Suzy & Sally’s Eternal Return
3. Happy Birthday Forever
4. We Are The Music Makers and We Are The Dreamers of Dreams
5. Brexit At Tiffany’s

Side B
6. Old Life
7. Do You Pray?
8. Good Morning Glory
9. I See Angels
10. Saint Michael

Artist: Tess Parks
Label: Fuzz Club
Catalogue: FC175DNKD
Barcode: 5060467888622
Format: LP or CD
Release Date: 24th June 2022

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