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Review: 'Candy Opera'
'These days Are Ours'   

-  Genre: 'Indie' -  Release Date: '13.11.20.'-  Catalogue No: 'A Turntable friend records'

Our Rating:
These Days Are Ours is the lead single from the first album of new material Candy Opera have put out since about 1992 the wonderfully named Patron Saint Of Heartache, who many glam-punk fans would claim is obviously David Ryder-Prangley from Rachel Stamp, he is of course actually the superstar of Heartache.

Still this long overlooked Liverpudlian jangle pop indie band are back and if this taster for the new album is anything to go by that's a very good thing indeed.

These Days Are Ours is a cool slightly Lilac time style indie pop song full of love and regret for the time that has flown by with very cool guitars and a good tale to tell with special guest Paul Simpson of Wild Swans on backing vocals helping to make this soar with hope for a better future.

Find out more at https://www.candyopera.com/ https://candyopera.bandcamp.com/releases https://www.facebook.com/candyopera

  author: simonovitch

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