Arlo Parks

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Arlo Parks
Parks performing in November 2019
Parks performing in November 2019
Background information
Birth nameAnaïs Oluwatoyin Estelle Marinho
Born (2000-08-09) 9 August 2000 (age 21)
OriginLondon, England
Genres
Occupation(s)Singer-songwriter
Years active2018–present
Labels
Websitearloparksofficial.com

Anaïs Oluwatoyin Estelle Marinho[1] (born 9 August 2000),[2][3] known professionally as Arlo Parks, is a British singer-songwriter and poet. Her debut studio album, Collapsed in Sunbeams, was released in 2021 to critical acclaim and peaked at number three on the UK Albums Chart. It earned her nominations for Album of the Year, Best New Artist and Best British Female Solo Artist at the 2021 Brit Awards. It won the 2021 Hyundai Mercury Prize for Best Album.

Early life[edit]

Anaïs Oluwatoyin Estelle Marinho[4] was born on August 9, 2000, and raised in Hammersmith, West London.[5][6] She is of half Nigerian, quarter Chadian and quarter French ancestry.[7] Her mother was born in Paris.[8][9] Marinho learned to speak French before she learned English.[10]

Career[edit]

2018–2019: Super Sad Generation and Sophie[edit]

Parks chose her stage name as a distinctive personal pseudonym, inspired by King Krule and Frank Ocean.[11][4] In 2018, she began uploading demos to BBC Music Introducing. This caught the attention of radio presenters across the UK who distributed these demos to Ali Raymond of Beatnik Creative, who soon began managing Parks.[12] She made her solo debut when she released the song "Cola" through Beatnik Records in November 2018,[13] and announced the release of her debut EP, Super Sad Generation.[14] She told Line of Best Fit that the song is "a reminder that betrayal is inevitable when it comes to pretty people that think flowers fix everything." Olivia Swash wrote that the vocals on the song "flourish thanks to [Parks'] creative writing background, with her delicate tone taking centre stage against the gently plodding guitars and soft crackle of vinyl."[13] By November 2019, the song had amassed over three million streams on Spotify.[9]

Following the release of "Cola", Parks signed to Transgressive Records.[15] She released the title track of her upcoming EP, Super Sad Generation, in January 2019.[16][17] Robin Murray told Clash that the song portrays an "astute, nuanced creative control that also utilises word-play that speaks of youthful emotions spinning out of control."[18] Her third single, "Romantic Garbage", was released in March 2019,[14] before the release of the full four-track EP, Super Sad Generation in early April 2019.[19] The EP was recorded in her home in South West London and an Airbnb in the Angel district of London [20] with producer and co-writer Gianluca Buccellati. [21]

Parks performed her first-ever gig at The Great Escape in Brighton in May 2019,[5] then went on to perform on the BBC Music Introducing stage at Glastonbury Festival in late June 2019,[22] as well as at Latitude Festival in July 2019.[23] She embarked on her first tour supporting Jordan Rakei on the UK leg of his tour in September 2019.[24] Throughout the last half of 2019 Parks released the songs "George",[25] "Second Guessing",[26] "Sophie",[27] and "Angel's Song"[28][29] ahead of her second EP, Sophie.[30] Sean Kerwick told DIY that the five-track EP "oozes with the hang-ups of heartbreak and mortality; a topic that seems to overshadow many gen-Z musicians."[31]

2020–present: Collapsed in Sunbeams[edit]

Parks embarked on her first headlining tour of Europe in February and March 2020,[32] but could not complete it due to the COVID-19 pandemic. In May 2020, Parks released the singles "Eugene" and "Black Dog", which were well received during the COVID-19 lockdown,[33] the latter of which became BBC Radio 1's Tune of the Week.[34] Parks made the front cover of NME in late July 2020.[4] She won the AIM Independent Music Award for One to Watch in 2020 in August 2020, after losing the same award to Georgia a year before.[35] Parks and Moses Boyd made the front cover of Music Week for the publication's indie takeover special following the AIM Awards ceremony.[36] Parks released her debut album, Collapsed in Sunbeams, on 29 January 2021.[11]

On 12 February 2021, Parks was the music act on The Graham Norton Show singing 'Caroline'. On 19 February 2021, Parks was the main guest of Jools Holland on his BBC programme Later....[37][38]

On 11 May, Parks won the Breakthrough Artist Award at the 2021 Brit Awards.

On 9 September, the album Collapsed in Sunbeams won the Hyundai Mercury Prize for Album of the Year. Presenting the award, judge Annie MacManus said: "We chose an artist with a singular voice who uses lyrics of remarkable beauty … and connects deeply with her generation as she does so".

Following her Collapsed in Sunbeams tour, Parks has performed as the 2022 opening act for Harry Styles,[39] Billie Eilish[40] and Clairo.[41]

On 25 June 2022, Parks performed a 53-minute set[42] on The Park Stage at Glastonbury Festival 2022,[43] before joining Phoebe Bridgers later in the day to perform "Graceland Too".[44]

During Glastonbury, Parks was selected as a guest for the CBeebies Bedtime Story, reading Once Upon a Rhythm by James Carter.[45]

Personal life[edit]

Parks is openly bisexual and is based in London.[46][5] She was educated at Latymer Upper School in Hammersmith and completed her A Levels in early 2019 at Ashbourne College.[47][48][49] In the autobiographical text on her Spotify profile, Parks claimed that she spent most of secondary school "feeling like that black kid who couldn't dance for shit, listening to too much emo music and crushing on some girl in her Spanish class."[50]

Parks has named Sylvia Plath, Radiohead and Joni Mitchell as among her influences.[51][52]

Discography[edit]

Studio albums[edit]

Title Details Peak chart positions Certifications
UK
[53]
AUS
[54]
AUT
[55]
BEL
(FL)

[56]
FRA
[57]
GER
[58]
IRE
[59]
NLD
[60]
NZ
[61]
US
Heat

[62]
Collapsed in Sunbeams 3 18 6 6 84 10 27 47 40 4

Extended plays[edit]

Title Details Peak chart positions
UK
R&B
/HH

[64]
Super Sad Generation[19] 7
Sophie[31]
  • Released: 6 December 2019
  • Label: Beatnik, Transgressive
  • Formats: Digital download, streaming, vinyl

Singles[edit]

As lead artist[edit]

Title Year Peak chart positions Album/EP
UK
Down.

[65]
UK
Indie

[66]
BEL
(FL)
Tip

[56]
BEL
(WA)
Tip

[67]
CAN
Rock

[68]
JPN
Over.

[69]
NZ
Hot

[70]
SCO
[71]
SWI
Air

[72]
US
AAA

[73]
"Cola"[74] 2018 [A] Super Sad Generation
"Romantic Garbage"[75] 2019
"George"[76] Sophie
"Second Guessing"[77]
"Sophie"[78]
"Angel's Song"[79]
"Eugene"[80] 2020 [B] Collapsed in Sunbeams
"Black Dog" 61 [C] 44 92
"Hurt"[82] 44 13
"Green Eyes" (featuring Clairo)[83] 45 77
"Caroline"[84] 84 35 46 [D] 18 89
"Hope"[85] 2021 46 42 31 27
"Too Good" 48
"Softly" 2022 27 TBA
"—" denotes single that did not chart or was not released.

As featured artist[edit]

Title Year Peak chart positions Album/EP
BEL
(WA)

[67]
"Sangria"
(Easy Life featuring Arlo Parks)[86]
2020 Junk Food
"Sunrise"
(MICHELLE featuring Arlo Parks)[87]
Non-album singles
"Tangerine"
(Glass Animals featuring Arlo Parks)[88]
[E]
"—" denotes single that did not chart or was not released.

Promotional singles[edit]

Title Year Album/EP
"Creep"[89] 2020 Non-album single

Guest appearances[edit]

Title Year Other artist(s) Album
"What Matters Most?"[90] 2020 Future Utopia 12 Questions
"Stranger in the Night"[90]

Music videos[edit]

Title Year Director(s) Ref.
"Cola" 2018 Ruby Brown and Leo Taylor [91]
"Super Sad Generation" 2019 Molly Burdett [92]
"George" [93]
"Second Guessing" 33bound [94]
"Sophie" Molly Burdett [95]
"Sangria"
(with Easy Life)
Greg Barth [96]
"Angel's Song" Ruby Brown [97]
"Eugene" 2020 The Coyle-Larner Brothers [98]
"Black Dog" Molly Burdett [99]
"Hurt" [100]
"Green Eyes" Louis Bhose [101]
"Hope" 2021 Molly Burdett [85]
"Too Good" Bedroom [102]

Awards and nominations[edit]

Organization Year Category Nominated work Result Ref.
AIM Independent Music Awards 2019 One to Watch Arlo Parks Nominated [103]
2020 Won [35]
2021 UK Independent Breakthrough Won [104]
Best Live (Streamed) Act Nominated
PPL Award for Most Played New Independent Artist Nominated
Best Independent Album Collapsed in Sunbeams Won
Best Independent Track "Hope" Nominated
Best Independent Video Nominated
BBC 2020 Sound of 2020 Arlo Parks Longlisted [105]
Introducing Artist of the Year Won [106]
Hottest Record of the Year "Black Dog" Shortlisted [107]
UK Music Video Awards 2020 Best R&B/Soul Video – Newcomer Nominated [108]
2021 Best Pop Video - UK "Hope" Nominated [109]
BRIT Awards 2021 Album of the Year Collapsed in Sunbeams Nominated [110]
Best British Female Solo Artist Arlo Parks Nominated
Best New Artist Won
Denmark GAFFA Awards 2022 Best Foreign New Act Pending [111]
Best Foreign Solo Act Pending
Best Foreign Album Collapsed in Sunbeams Pending
Music Managers Forum 2021 Breakthrough Artist & Manager Arlo Parks and Ali Raymond Won [112]
BET Awards 2021 Best New International Act Arlo Parks Nominated [113]
Mercury Prize 2021 Album of the Year Collapsed in Sunbeams Won [114]
MOBO Awards 2021 Album of the Year Collapsed in the Sunbeams Nominated [115]
Best Newcomer Arlo Parks Nominated
Best Female Act Nominated
Music Week Awards 2021 PR Campaign Arlo Parks Pending [116]
BMI London Awards 2021 Impact Award Arlo Parks Won [117]
Grammy Awards 2022 Best New Artist Arlo Parks Nominated [118]
Best Alternative Music Album Collapsed in Sunbeams Nominated
NME Awards 2022 Best Solo Act In The World Arlo Parks Nominated [119]
Best Solo Act From The UK Nominated
Libera Awards 2022 Record of the Year Collapsed in Sunbeams Nominated [120]
Best Pop Record Won

Notes[edit]

  1. ^ "Cola" did not enter the Ultratop Top 50, but spent 4 weeks as an extra tip on the Ultratop Bubbling Under chart.
  2. ^ "Eugene" did not enter the Flemish Ultratop Top 50, but spent 4 weeks as an extra tip on the Flemish Ultratop Bubbling Under chart.
  3. ^ "Black Dog" did not enter the UK Independent Chart, but peaked at number 16 on the UK Independent Singles Breakers Chart.[81]
  4. ^ "Caroline" did not enter the Walloon Ultratop Top 50, but spent 3 weeks as an extra tip on the Walloon Ultratop Bubbling Under chart.
  5. ^ "Tangerine" did not enter the Wallonia Ultratop Top 50, but spent 4 weeks as an extra tip on the Wallonia Ultratop Bubbling Under chart.

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