Stoney Creek Records’ platinum-selling band, Parmalee, releases its brand new Party Pack, a summer-ready sixer of songs. Available for download everywhere, the EP is a compilation of Parmalee’s most rebel-rousing party songs, including the band’s scorching new single, “Hotdamalama,” which impacts Country radio on Monday, April 23.

In advance of its radio release, the music video for “Hotdamalama” premiered this past weekend on CMT’s Hot 20 Countdown. The video takes viewers along for rocking good time as Parmalee unwittingly lands on a tropical island. For a sneak peek, check out the behind the scenes video from the music video shoot, which debuted exclusively Taste of Country, HERE.

“Hotdamalama” marks the band’s seventh single, with the previous six all reaching Top 40 in Country radio including the Platinum-certified smash “Carolina,” which was a multi-week #1 hit.

“We had so much fun shooting this video and hope that viewers have just as much fun watching it,” said Matt Thomas of Parmalee. “That’s what the entire Party Pack is all about—having a good time, bringing people together and enjoying the moment.”

The fun-loving band handpicked each of the tracks on the Party Pack to create the perfect playlist for your next throwdown and takes listeners on a wild rollercoaster of a journey through a weekend complete with raging parties, morning mimosas, day drinkin’ and solving those morning-after mysteries (like how a car ended up in the pool). Each song in the pack was co-written by lead singer, Matt Thomas including the new brand new tracks, “Last Night” and “These Are The Good Days.”

Party Pack, produced by Parmalee, New Voice, Tommy Cecil and Brock Berryhill, is available for purchase HERE.    


  1. “Hotdamalama” (Matt Thomas, Tommy Cecil, Craig Wiseman)
  2. “Day Drinkin’” (Matt Thomas, Blair Daly)
  3. “Musta Had A Good Time” (Matt Thomas, Scott Thomas, Josh McSwain, Barry Knox, David Fanning)
  4. “Mimosas” (Matt Thomas, Tommy Cecil, Jared Tyler Mullins)
  5. “Last Night” (Matt Thomas, Tom Douglas)
  6. “These Are The Good Days” (Matt Thomas, Tully Kennedy, Jon Nite)  

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