7candystars share hard-hitting, melancholic 

first single and video “Corners” 

Premiering on New Noise Magazine

Announce debut Cherish EP out May 15th

WATCH: “Corners” (Official Video)

Rising from the northeast, 7candsystars have released their uncompromising and lush first single “Corners” alongside an accompanying music video. Debuted on New Noise Magazine, the track’s synth-driven melody and crisp guitars combined with Kane Gelaznik’s deep vocals serves as a welcome entry point to the band’s melancholic yet multifaceted sound. Thematically, “Corners” explores the distance between people who act out on their pain, mixing deeply personal lyrics with dizzying lines like, “There’s always something in the corner of my eye that keeps me calm” that are sure to get caught in the listener’s head. The video itself serves an ode to their ‘90s alternative and post-punk influences with dark, fuzzed-out imagery reminiscent of aesthetics used by iconic acts like The Smashing Pumpkins and The Church.

“Corners” serves as the first release off the band’s debut EP, Cherish, out May 15th. Two years in the making, the EP was recorded throughout basements and closets in Pennsylvania and Massachusetts, with producer Sean Ahern putting the final touches together to invoke a raw and intriguing sound. Cherishtakes the idea of transformation through suffering and brings it into an act of self-realization and resisting the urge of letting anger take over. Throughout the EP, the band are able to transcend sounds from the dynamic, alt-rock leaning “Silver” to synth heavy, dark wave adjacent closer “Need To Be Cruel.” You can watch the video for “Corners” here now and pre-order Cherish via Bandcamp.

Cherish Tracklisting:
1. Cordial
2. Corners
3. Silver
4. Need To Be Cruel
Inspired by bands like The Smashing Pumpkins (Machina / Adore era), The Chameleons, and Bush (The Science of Things / Deconstructed era), 7candystars are here to bring a refreshing, modern take on the sounds they grew up on. Grasping the dynamic nature of their influences, members Kane Gelaznik (Vomit Forth) and Jason Duarte (Spellbound) have created a powerful 4 track EP in Cherish, which construes as a more aggressive alternative rock sound mixed with new wave, goth, industrial and pop tendencies. Serving as the band’s first formal release, the EP hones in on personal experiences that push through anguish and self-perseverance. Formed in 2018, the band has already shared the stage with a diverse range of acts including Graf Orlock, Elvis Depressedly, and Glitterer, further showcasing their transcendent sound is bound to connect with a multitude of audiences.
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