Night Parade

Night Parade


Night Parade are a Liverpool based Alt Country band with an Indie/Pop view of the world.


Night Parade are a Liverpool based Alt Country band with an Indie/Pop view of the world. The last 6 months has seen the boys supporting Sandi Thom, Dodgy, opening the 2008 Mathew Street Festival, Liverpool and getting selected to play in the UK Final of the Global Battle of the Bands Competition.

The band is comprised of Rob Vincent, Jay Whittaker, Matt Carrigan & Sean Holland

Rob Vincent is a singer/songwriter who has enjoyed success in a number of original bands earning critical acclaim, particularly for his distinctive voice. He performed at Glastonbury 2005 on the John Peel Stage with previous band Boa, and also at the "50 years of Rock and Roll" Festival in Memphis, U.S.A were he performed with such artists as Justin Timberlake, Isaac Hayes and Scotty Moore (Elvis' long time guitarist).

Jay Whittaker and Matt Carrigan earned success through their band The Wake, and played extensively up and down the UK supporting bands such as Indie new boys, The Wombats.

Sean Holland has been at the top of his game for many years and has been involved with production editor Sidur Gudmund, sampling with Mr C & performing with Talvin Singh to name just a few.

Night Parade are constantly writing new material, drawing upon influences from Pop, Indie & Country music.

Night Parade are currently performing the material to new audiences and are building an excellent reputation as a live band.

Set List

Average set list is usually 30 - 45 minutes and include any of the following songs:

Until The Walls
The Desert
Hold On
Did You Ever
50 Stone Lover
How Do You Sleep
Time Won't Wait
I'm Still Here
We sometimes play
Heaven Knows
My Pill
Palm Of Your Hand