‘Parcels’ Hit ‘The Late Late Show’ Covered Head To Toe In Gucci

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Gucci can do no wrong at the moment, recently wrapping up the Parcels boys for their appearance on The Late Late Show with James Corden over the weekend. The five-piece electropop group were a hit on Corden’s evening panel show, playing Somethinggreater from their album Day/Night. and looking every bit like the budding superstars that they are.

If you’ve not come across Parcels before, you’d better remember their name, as the Byron Bay-founded high-school band that has gone from strength to strength since they graduated back in 2014. Northern NSW wasn’t big enough for the gent’s quintet, however, and they relocated to Berlin where their momentum only increased and had them collaborating with Daft Punk soon after.

With nearly 2.3 million monthly listeners on Spotify, the group is comprised of Jules Crommelin, Louie Swain, Patrick Hetherington, Anatole “Toto” Serret and Noah Hill. Parcels sound has been compared to the likes of The Beach Boys and The Beatles, and for their performance on The Late Late Show with James Corden, played the single from their latest album released at the end of 2021.

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During the performance, Crommelin was dripped out in the dark pink Gucci Panama mohair wool double-breasted peak lapel suit, while Swain wore Gucci’s black all-over GG embossed leather jacket and pants with a sky blue oxford shirt. Hetherington was a little more flashy in the Gucci sand wool mohair double-breasted suit with sequin embroidery, with Serret enjoying the Gucci red velvet two-button peak lapel suit over a peach silk crêpe shirt. Last but not least, Hill wore a gold sequin turtleneck sweater, contrasting his more restrained blue eco-washed denim jeans.

If you missed the performance on The Late Late Show with James Corden, you can check out Parcels in full flight in the clip below.