This is a review of "Good Bad Right Wrong" recorded by Parva. The review was written by Dave Sugden in 2002.

Parva’s latest single is three and a half minutes of racy, radio-friendly pop and it is no surprise that it has been picked up for airplay by all the nation’s leading stations. There is a distinctive British indie guitar feel to the recording, as the Leeds five-piece mix the best of a decade of Britpop with dirty chugging guitars, The Strokes style, whilst still managing to create a sound that remains just as fresh. An ear for a catchy melody coupled with the ability to write sing-a-long choruses could prove the UK’s music media right when they collectively claim Parva to be "a band to watch in 2002".