Hayley Parsons – Aleppo

Written by Michael

August 11, 2010 9:27 am

hayley parsons aleppo

You may remember not too long ago we chatted to Hayley Parsons. Our exclusive interview explored her career, her highs and lows, and her future ambitions. Hayley is certainly looking to make a statement about her intentions with the upcoming release Aleppo. The track is possibly Hayley’s most accomplished, the fidgety vibes drawing you in to an ultimately satisfying crescendo then the drop, a moment sure to send many clubber’s into ecstasy when Hayley plays at Ministry of Sounds legendary Gallery clubnight on the 1st of October.

You can check out the track below, it will be released later in the month on Audiodamage.

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