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Hockey Dad are celebrating the release of their new album with a video for 'Germaphobe'

The duo's latest full-length is out today.
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Published: 11:24 am, July 31, 2020
Hockey Dad are celebrating the release of their new album with a video for 'Germaphobe'

Hockey Dad are celebrating the release of their new album with a video for 'Germaphobe'.

The duo's latest full-length, 'Brain Candy' is a fun, lo-fi, summery release practically made for sunny Friday afternoons, and it's out today via Farmer & The Owl / BMG.

Drummer Billy Fleming says: “When we were making the demos, it was kind of exciting. I feel like there will definitely be an element of surprise when people hear it.” Bandmate and best friend Zach Stephenson adds “It’s important to keep the fear instilled in you as an artist. That sheer terror the night before something comes out is something you can’t replicate –and when people like it, it makes you even prouder of it.”

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