Five Australians who live in Berlin, love Chic and Fleetwood Mac and look like the cast of ‘Saturday Night Fever’. It doesn’t get much weirder than that. Parcels’ initial musical direction was folk and metal. Then they discovered Steely Dan and heard Nile Rodgers, the guitarist from Chic, playing on ‘Random Access Memories’ by Daft Punk. Parcels is the sum total of all this. Glossy pop music that makes you want to dance. The group is also in the right creative environment. Their logo was designed by Alex Cortès who also came up with Daft Punk’s helmets. Their debut was released by the hipper-than-hip Parisian label Kitsuné. The titles are certainly unusual: what about ‘IknowhowIfeel’ or ‘Tieduprightnow’? There’s a simple explanation. ‘My computer’s space bar is broken,’ says keyboard player Patrick Hetherington.