Rock band aims high


WARRINGTON rock band Exile Parade are a set of guys on the up.
Band members Daniel Lomax, Phil Hennessey, Chris Owen, Dave Hennessey and Gary Mutch are surely on the verge of the kind of success which matches their aspirations.
Since walking into Peter Gabriel’s Real World studios in Bath, with legendary producer Owen Morris – known for his involvement with rock giants Oasis – back in the summer of 2007, Exile Parade have learned much about the minefield of the music industry.
Already signed up with Dutch indie label Suburban Records, their debut single Fire Walk With Me broke into the top 60 radio billboard charts in America, even reaching higher than Mick Jagger and R.E.M. The track was also featured on the Skins television programme soundtrack. Another track “Love Disco” featured in the Andy Dick/Ben Stiller/Jack Black film “Danny Roane: First Time Director.”
The band have recently returned from a tour of Europe and support slots with The Enemy and have announced a handful of more live dates before they return to the studio in the Spring to put the finishing touches to their much anticipated debut album.
Exile Parade could be about to dunk a spoon into a large bowl of “success soup”. As lead singer Lomax says: “It will happen unless I die first.”


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