By Rocco Prioletti, Contributor
[Photo courtesy of Lauren Ellis]
The South Carolina collective released two leading singles earlier this year in anticipation for the album entitled, “Everyday a Fresh Atrocity” and “Seaside Girls.” The record tastefully nods to the gothic tendencies from the likes of Joy Division and The Cure.
Providing insight into record’s narrative, frontman Jame Lathren stated, “The full album chronicles a relationship from the onset of the first crack to its complete crumbling dissolution,” he said in a press release.
“All the feelings and emotions of tumult are captured here, from both persons’ perspectives.”
Candy Coffins formed after the disassembly of Lathren’s previous band, Crown The Cake, now focusing more on lush instrumentation rather than the former’s more rough and abrasive sound.
Once Do It With Feeling will be released on October 21, listen here.