Parader’s Debut EP ‘Something the Dreamers Dream’ Out Now

Today NYC-based pop-rock band Parader celebrates the release of their new EP Something the Dreamers Dream out now via Taillights Music Group, a new imprint of Takeover Records run by Ben Harper of Yellowcard.

To celebrate the release, Parader will be playing a hometown show in New York City on May 10 at (Le) Poisson Rouge with Lit.

The EP’s lead single “Save My Place” was mixed and mastered by producer/Acceptance drummer Nick Rad (Misterwives, Andrew McMahon, Sheryl Crow) and legendary mastering maven Chris Athens (Coldplay, Machine Gun Kelly, Beastie Boys).

On the song Zach Falkow, bass/backing vocals says, “‘Save My Place’ is probably one of the biggest sounding records we’ve done in terms of production. We were super lucky to have such amazing people working on it as well, and we couldn’t be more proud of the end result,” says “We’ve all been big fans of Acceptance for years, so to have Nick Rad mix it was really special for us.”

Parader’s lead singer / guitarist Jon Masters says, “I wrote ‘Back And Forth’ around the same time Dmitry and I wrote ‘Save My Place.’ He adds, “I never thought it would end up on a Parader album. It’s a continuation of feelings and love as you hear in our previous single. Even though it’s slow and has a spooky sort of haunting bridge, I think it really translates the feeling of being in love and all the wild places love takes you and all the things you will do to keep that spark alive.”