The National Parks - 8th Wonder


“Sometimes when a creative surge hits, it hits hard such as the case with The National Parks ‘8th Wonder’ without ever really letting up.” – FLOOD

The National Parks manages to perfectly capture this blend of how music, sounds and nature comes together seamlessly.” – Riff Magazine

“‘Trouble’ is pulsing with energy and an infectious melody that is guaranteed to stay in your head.” – Folk N Rock

“Sounds akin to something you’d hear from the ‘60s, leaving absolutely zero chance of melancholy.” – Up To Hear Music

“Sunshine” represents the band at their most sweet and sunny, bringing forth bright pop hooks, coupled with warm acoustic guitar lines and open-hearted lyricism. It offers a warm taste of spring sunshine, one the band delivers with a sense of complete sincerity and breezy charm.” – Under The Radar

Provo, UT – Utah-based folk-pop outfit The National Parks doesn’t always turn up the electric guitars or layer huge background vocals, but when they do—as they have on their brand new single “Trouble”—it’s ready for national airwaves and huge crowd singalongs. “Trouble” bottles the butterflies of “love at first sight” in a righteous rock and roll format. “It’s a song about meeting someone and instantly feeling this electric connection,” says The National Parks frontman and namesake Brady Parks. “It’s a deep-down feeling where you know that from this point on your life will never be the same.”

Along with Megan Parks on violin, Sydney Macfarlane on vocals and keys, and Cam Brannelly on drums, The National Parks lean into a driving, high-energy groove that’s purpose-built and ready to shake the rafters of arenas worldwide. “I remember when we took this song to the studio we all felt the need to channel some Tom Petty vibes,” says Parks. “It became one of our most rock-leaning songs yet and we love the energy and life it has.”

The National Parks have also announced their fall tour dates that include stops at Brooklyn Made in Brooklyn and The Basement East in Nashville for their continued 2023 8th Wonder Tour. Tickets are now on sale and a full list of tour dates can be found below or at (Contact us with any requests)


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