Post-punk new romantics Candy Coffins
present their new album 'Once Do It With Feeling’
, a loaded 10-track collection that arrives two years after their ’Somehow Misplaced'
Showcasing solid songwriting, relating the themes addressed both confidently and cohesively, this album is emotionally and sonically saturated. Their music boasts Cure-esque textures and melody, as well as the thematic elements and visceral delivery of The Afghan Whigs.
"The full album chronicles a relationship from the onset of the first crack to its complete crumbling dissolution. All the feelings and emotions of tumult are captured here, from both persons’ perspectives," says frontman-songwriter Jame Lathren
Digital downloads, vinyl and CDs of the album are available at candycoffins.bandcamp.com
The album is streaming on all major streaming services.
More about the band . . .
Candy Coffins offer a wellspring of superbly crafted melodic post-punk, proving to be relentless in their pursuit of material that embodies the emotive nature of human experience. While one foot is firmly planted in the foundation of brooding, emotional restlessness, the other steps into an arena of hope and elation. With tasteful nods to Joy Division, The Cure, The Psychedelic Furs, The Afghan Whigs and The Cult, as well as contemporaries like The Brian Jonestown Massacre, Spiritualized, Black Rebel Motorcycle Club and Interpol, Candy Coffins’ sound is dark and emotionally restless, but with elements of hope and elation. Defiantly unique, their sound is a welcome respite from musical mediocrity.
Candy Coffins channel the sonic confectionaries of life. Plan accordingly.