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The Hit Parade
The Golden Age of Pop

Pop. What even is it? Many different things to many different people but the pop The Hit Parade talk about is the 60s sort of jangling guitars, melodic vocals and lovelorn lyrics. They have made it their life's work to try to recreate this sound on something of a shoestring. The Golden Age of Pop is their latest burst of activity and comes with a free comic (about pop naturally). 

The Hit Parade
Joey’s Girl / I’m Recovering From You

Beloved indie outfit The Hit Parade made a splash for Record Store Day 2019 with the release of their fourteenth single. Retaining their trademark shimmery 80s style, ‘Joey’s Girl’ imagines Johnny Ramone’s inner monologue, detailing the messy love triangle between Johnny and Joey Ramone and Joey’s girlfriend. Limited run of only 1000 so get ‘em while they’re hot.
  • Vinyl 7" (JSH14)
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  • Limited edition
  • Last copy

The Hit Parade
Oh Honey I...

Secretive, ageless indie outfit The Hit Parade drop in from their native habitat (the 1960s) to deliver a new 7”. The titular A-side ‘Oh Honey I…’ recalls Shelagh Delaney’s drama A Taste of Honey and/or its 1961 film adaptation, while the B-side ‘History of Art’ pays homage to the late novelist Elizabeth Jane Howard. As always, it’s a labour of love by the band - cut by hand, recorded in mono, limited edition.

The Hit Parade
Cornish Pop Songs

Indie hotshots THE HIT PARADE release their seventh album on JSH RECORDS 'CORNISH POP SONGS' includes twelve barn-storming new tunes inspired by the seagulls and the mackerel fishermen of Cornwall.This record features their single 'There's Something About Mary' ('A BONA FIDE SMASH' said Drowned In Sound) and other rocking tunes inc 'Rainy Day In Newlyn', 'Paddington To Penzance' and 'From Here To Lands End', with songstress CATH CARROLL joining the band to sing on three numbers.THE HIT PARADE is the creation of pop art constructivist Julian Henry.