Single released 1.5.11 from The High Ones' eponymous album on Nub Country Records.
Tom Robinson Introducing BBC6 airplay and podcast!
The High Ones are a result of the smooth blending of Mark Lee (the pocket gods) and Nigel Parrington (the low countries) plus special guests.
Your five a day in one killer song: wild berries; drugbuckets; Flemish-groove; samples and a killer riff.
Banks of sunny harmonies in a song about waiting for the rain.
Written by Mark Christopher Lee and Nigel Parrington.
Recorded by Nick Swannell.
Nigel Parrington - lead vocals, guitar
Mark Lee - vocals, lead guitar, keyboard
Jim Rennie - bass guitar, vocals
Adam Parfitt - drums
Frank Walden - saxaphone
The alternative Football (soccer) England Euro2016 anthem written by a non footy fan and a Huddersfield Town fan.
The High Ones are a collaboration between Nigel from anglo flemish folk band - the low countries, and Mark from lo-fi popsters the pocket gods.
Sex with alien beings can be out of this world. We wouldn't know.
Hook laden tune also included on 'The Nub Files Vol 1', a Nub Country Records 'alien' compilation album. Available now!!
The High Ones album released the 24th of October 2011
Published by Van Steene Music Publishing Ltd
12 sumptuous 60's psyche pop nuggets, with sauce.
Released worldwide on Nub Country Records 24th October 2011.
Available on Amazon, iTunes and all decent download sites!
Play-listed on BBC6 and Dandelion Radio
The new single 'Bold' taken from The High Ones spanking new release: 'Highlights' - a 14 track collection of prime popness (new, old, borrowed and blueberry). New tracks tastefully mixed with the finest cuts from the leg end that is the songbook of Mark and Nigel.
Released 26.1.15 on Nub Country Records.
The High Ones are Mark Lee (The Pocket Gods) and Nigel Parrington (The Low Countries) - together they produce psyched up harmonious 60s pop with a dash of wit and a smidgeon of darkness. Hook-laden fizzy-pop for the soul.
Our 'Highlights' is out on the 26th Jan 2015 and it collates our fave tracks and a few new ones that we've recorded over the past few years. At the height of our(massive) powers as a band line up we recorded a 4 song EP called Northern Skies, this song was recorded but left off (I can't remember why). It's now the only track related to that EP included on 'Highlights' and one of my favourites: great song, lyrics and, above all, a fantastic band arrangement, love it.