‘SWEET TOOTH’ BY BLAME CANDY {NEW MUSIC FRIDAY/ SINGLE RELEASE}


 

Photo Credit: Andy Deluca || Styling by Storm Calysta

Hailing from otherworldly glitter-emblazoned portals concealed in the outskirts of Southern Jersey comes the futuristic indie glam rock phenomenon that is BLAME CANDY. With their lightning-speed instrumental virtuosity, rambunctious rock and roll symphonies, and earworm melodies, the gender and genre-bending quartet have unearthed a new track, “Sweet Tooth“, out today, Friday, October 19 across all digital platforms.

Since dazzling mortals along the eastern seaboard and building a cult following in the NYC club scene with sell-out shows at some of the city’s most popular venues (Knitting Factory Brooklyn, Baby’s All Right), the band is bringing their glamorous and flamboyant hard rock phenomenon to Hollywood’s historic boulevards.

Band Announce Debut Los Angeles Show at Bootleg Theater on Thursday, October 25 with KITTEN

 

Joining indie pop outfit Kitten, BLAME CANDY will perform in Los Angeles for the first-time ever next Thursday, October 25 at The Bootleg Theater. Tickets are on sale now at https://www.bootlegtheater.org/event/1767385-kitten-los-angeles.

Citing classic influences like Van Halen, Queen and Prince, as well as modern kinfolk Radiohead and Tame Impala, BLAME CANDY’s entity is undoubtedly eccentric and eclectic, as previously heard in their single “Pathetic”, premiered earlier this year via Nakid Magazine HERE.

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BLAME CANDY is:
Chris Greatti – Vocals, Lead Guitar
Aaron Deming – Guitar, Vocals
Ryan Wheeler – Bass, Vocals
Sam Palombo – Drums

 


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