Perfectparachutepicture… The Band and The ‘Outline’ Single.

Perfectparachutepicture – Sheffield, England, United Kingdom.


The two-piece band has seen something of an exponential growth in recently years. Bands such as Royal Blood have made it big in the world of the mainstream and successfully brought much in the way of heavy-Rock music back to the forefront, but what of the others?

The others of course being those on the more Alternative and underground scenes where Noise Rock, Punk and many other combinations and variations of such reign supreme. MF has seen its fair share with Ghost Of The Avalanche and GagReflex standing as notable examples that will coincidentally be posted at the end.

But onward to Sheffield, where Perfectparachutepicture have been very in the game since 2013 with three EPs and a number of singles thus far all leading up to the latest, ‘Outline’.

With the band’s material to date boasting a applicability that would get fans of Stoner Rock and Grunge excited without forsaking their obvious progressive Punk roots (think Fugazi, Big Black etc…), with ‘Outline’ they opt for a more rhythmic, dare I say melodic approach.

You are immediately hit with a fuzz reminiscent of Nirvana and the masterpiece that is¬†Bleach¬†but with the fundamental difference of a cutting English accent. ‘Outline’ in comparison shows a more mellow Perfectparachutepicture and I only use that word because it is the only one that comes to mind.

The band’s Punk-Rock is there and also their distortion just more professionally refined. The bass-drum formula is addictive and worms its way in through its simplicity in the way only this format can if done right, which it certainly is.

This band know what they are doing, so you’d better keep an eye out and find them below:


Matthew Speer

Matt has 2.1 BA in History and is most likely somewhere in his twenties. He enjoys a wide range of music, but has a strong penchant for Punk-Rock. Originally he hails from the Isle Of Wight off the South Coast of England, UK and spends most of his time around England's South-West.

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