New Candys + Support
The Fish Factory, Falmouth.
The doors will now be 8pm and not 7pm. Hoping for an 8:30pm start.
Q: “How would you describe New Candys’ sound?”
A: “Dark rock’n’roll with high psychedelic tendencies.”
Worldwide acclaimed as one of the best rock´n´roll emerging band, New Candys are always looking forward to be on the road! Tour in Australia in February ´18 and a recent one in US in April/May ´18 that brought the band to record a live studio session for the legendary KEXP!
New Candys formed in Venice (Italy) in 2008. Their influences have roots in The Velvet Underground and Syd Barrett. After a self-produced EP, in 2012 they released the album “Stars Reach The Abyss” on Foolica, a UK tour followed. In 2015 they took part in “The Reverb Conspiracy”, compilation curated by Fuzz Club/The Reverberation Appreciation Society (Levitation Austin). Later that year “New Candys As Medicine”, album mixed by John Wills (producer and drummer of Loop), has been released on both Picture In My Ear/Fuzz Club and added to The Committee To Keep Music Evil catalogue, receiving praises from Simone Marie Butler of Primal Scream and Stephen Lawrie of The Telescopes. Three EU/UK tours followed, including festivals like The Secret Garden Party 2015, Liverpoool Psych Fest 2016 and Fuzz Club Eindhoven 2018. Their third album “Bleeding Magenta” has been released October 6th 2017 on Fuzz Club, songs from it have recently been featured on KEXP’s Music That Matters Podcast and on episodes of Showtime Networks original TV series “Shameless”. Their fourth EU/UK tour and first Australian tour followed (headlining both Sydney and Melbourne Psych Fests) with a USA-Mexico tour in April-May 2018. They shared the stage with The Warlocks, Brain Jonestown Massecre, Black Angels, A Placer To Burry Strangers, Dead Skeletons, Crystal Stilts, Slowdive, Savages, Jon Spencer Blues Explosion and The Vaccines among others.
Fernando, from the band, also plays with Lorelle Meets The Obsolete, and will be making his third visit to Falmouth when they play at the Fish Factory in January! He loves the place and can't wait to return.
We also welcome back Falmouth's LIPS after thier sensational set at the Lorelle Meets The Obsolete gig. Bringing their amazing blend of indie jangle and shoegaze.