By echoing luminaries such as Royal Blood and Queens of the Stone Age, taking a helping of Black Sabbath and a nod from Ziggy Stardust, Sheffield’s Dark Sky Park were formed in 2013 and are quickly gaining a reputation for doing things a little differently. With a keen affection for brooding atmospherics, heavy stoner-esque vibes and hooky vocal lines, Dark Sky Park boast a sound that is engulfing and packed with groove and raw power. The band are wooing audiences throughout the North since their inception. With consecutive single release promotion ongoing through 2017 we are now booking shows to coincide with the radio promotion and PR. Born on a hot winter’s night in a rooftop pool in Tenerife, Sheffield’s Dark Sky Park were formed in 2013 and are quickly gaining a reputation for doing things a little differently. With a keen affection for brooding atmospherics, heavy stoner-esque vibes and hooky vocal lines, Dark Sky Park boast a sound that is engulfing and packed with groove and raw power.
Dark Sky Park are Debbie Bilson -Vocals and Bass and Ainsley Stones -Guitars and production
“….Loving what this band do” Way Out Radio
“…burrows itself deep into your pores with its unshakeable hypnotic groove which calls to mind both ‘Queens Of The Stone Age” Creation Press
“..infectiousness and warm harmonies, these aligned to increasingly steely textures from Stones. It is contagious stuff..”Ringmaster Reviews
“..Dark Sky Park are a breath of fresh air…they have created a sound that is unique..”Ramzine
“..There is a good display of vocal range, with some high note and layered harmonies in the chorus. The chord based and distorted guitar solo just adds to the creepy sound, which really just lives up to the bands name..” Mosh HitTheFloor
“..Kudos to Dark Sky Park for creating a consistent and good E.P. Great song-writing with great potential.” Midlands Rocks
Punchy attitude hits you hard. The pop of crunchy bass chords brings defiance needed to get over a lover whilst the grungy echoes pacify this harsh piece providing comfort not only to the rhythm but to Henrietta. Yet, a distorted guitar solo just adds to the creepy and self-remorseful sound. Light and shade are executed well through the band’s conviction to create an empowering track that contemplates the emotions behind the end of a relationship ……. The power Henrietta is solid and sultry. Contrary to much modern rock, you will find some hefty guitar solos with a guitar line leads backing a short yet provoking message.
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‘This band just keep getting better & better! … I love the way that, although the guitars, bass & drums intertwine magnificently – producing a really fantastic rhythm/beat & lead focus – “Henrietta” belongs to Debbie on vocals! … She has a supreme talent that allows her to keep the instruments in the band in check! … I am simply amazed at the sound Dark Sky Park can now achieve!’ Way Out Radio (UK)
‘Follow Me’ released June June 23rd 2017
Single release April 2017
‘Marty Feldman’s Eyes
Dark Sky Park collaborated with Lasse Wellander guitarist with ABBA and performed on their self-titled album and toured in 1975, 1977 and 1979-80