There’s an elusive yin-yang quality to these two tracks, Money and Temples from Bristol based post punk band Candy Darling and together they make a fantastic pairing as the bands debut single which will be released on September 1st on limited edition pink vinyl and digitally. The band are Emily Breeze (vocals & guitar) – who solo album The Penny Arcade is one to check out too ,Rob Norbury (guitars), and Adam Coombes (synthesisers).
Haley Bonar performs live in TPT’s Studio A and discusses keytar, her creative process and the South Dakota punk scene with hip hop artist Dessa.
Oct 27 Green Door Store, Brighton
Oct 28 Start The Bus,Bristol
Oct 29 The Lexington, London
Oct 30 Gullivers, Manchester
Oct 31 Nice N Sleazy,Glasgow
Nov 01 Liverpool Music Week
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Previously on Beat Surrender
First taste of the upcoming album from the upcoming album Distance, that’s out on the 18th of August 2014 on The State51 Conspiracy.
“Progressing from the minimal atmosphere of last year’s much-lauded long-player ‘Blindspot’, Dan Michaelson returns to a full-band sound on what he describes as a ‘misleadingly upbeat’ first single from the record. A romantic tale of two lovers dancing their way towards the end of the world.”
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