Parker Bossley Unveils "Chemicals" Video
Vancouver and LA based indie-pop singer Parker Bossley has unveiled his debut single Chemicals. This song is packed with electronic flourishes and angular guitars. His vocals are accentuated by the rhythmic punch of pop-persuasive choruses and provocative lyricism. Check out the eye-popping, somewhat trippy visuals directed by Joseph Wallace below!

Speaking about Chemicals Parker said,
It’s me writing about my relationships with drugs and love. The hook was spawned in my head on the third day of a festival when the drugs just literally didn’t work anymore.
Best known to North American audiences for his key roles in the bands Hot Hot Heat, Mounties and Gay Nineties, Parker, who co-fronts Fur Trade with Steve Bays, contributed songs for his past bands including the final Hot Hot Heat album. He also writes for other artists; notably, he collaborated on “Walking Target” for Fitz and the Tantrums from the band’s eponymous third album, and he has been collaborating with Sleepy Tom for his new EP.