Say Psych: Track Review: New Candys – Twin Mime



New Candys have announced their new album Vyvyd will be released on 4 June via Little Cloud Records and Dischi Sotterranei and shared the first track ‘Twin Mime’.

They explain: “It was the last song we wrote for the album. It plays with the meaning of duality, the connection between action and consequence, between who we really are and how we try to come off, and how we sometimes end up fooling ourselves. The volcanoes that appear in the music video refer to the terrestrial hell, and Earth’s fury towards humans”. 

Known for their relentless touring schedule and DIY work ethic, New Candys is one of the most solid independent bands of recent years. Vyvyd follows up on the widely acclaimed third album Bleeding Magenta, which saw them tour non-stop across Europe, UK, North America and Australia.

The track takes the New Candys sound back to their earlier days, with a darkness permeating from the offset. It’s a welcome return for one of psychs most popular bands and is a tantalising taste of new tracks we’ve waited a long time for.

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