Vinyl LP pressing. Parachute is the fifth studio album for the band; the album was produced by Jacquire King (Kings of Leon, Dawes, Tom Waits, Modest Mouth, Norah Jones, Josh Ritter, Punch Brothers). All songs were written by Will Anderson except Ocean and Talk to Me by Will Anderson and Jackson Morgan. Fans and critics alike are no stranger to Anderson's impeccable ability to connect as a songwriter, with Billboard hailing that he has a knack for writing emotionally connecting, hook-laden songs that linger in the brain for days' as well as Idolator calling the band's past songs, well-crafted and infectious. Parachute is Will Anderson (vocals, guitar), Johnny Stubblefield (drums), and Christopher Kit French (saxophone, keyboards). Back when they were in high school, they spent nearly every afternoon in Anderson's basement, dreaming up songs showing a deep affinity for classic pop, heart-felt rock, and tuneful blue-eyed soul. The band quickly began landing gigs locally and soon gained a following at the nearby University of Virginia. As their inaugural release under the name Parachute, Losing Sleep debuted at #2 on the Billboard Digital Albums Chart and climbed to #40 on the Billboard Top 200 chart. Over the next few years, along with releasing The Way It Was and Overnight (which shot to the #3 spot on iTunes), Parachute toured with such artists as Kelly Clarkson, Gavin DeGraw and Matt Kearney, in addition to three sold out headlining tours.