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Thyla - Candy

A perfect example of everything Thyla do so well.
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Thyla - Candy
Published: 10:43 am, October 08, 2018Words: Jake Hawkes.

Brighton rockers Thyla are one of the most exciting new bands around. That's a big claim, but they deserve the hype. Don't believe us? We can just point you in the direction of their new track ‘Candy', a perfect example of everything they do so well.

On the slower and more introspective side of their output, ‘Candy' is nevertheless guaranteed to tear the room apart live as it builds to a foot-stomping conclusion with the repeated refrain "My teeth fall out, in my dreams". It's a phrase that might sound slightly odd on paper, but we'd put money on the whole crowd singing along in unison, even if it was their first time hearing it.

It sounds fantastic on record too, but some songs are just meant to be heard in a sweaty venue with a drink in your hand. See you there; we'll be the ones singing all of the words.

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