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Cork rockers release single

Monday, 28th January, 2013 12:28pm

Cork's wandering rockers Goldfish Syndrome are returning to their hometown Feb 1 to launch their single Alleyways at Cyprus Avenue.The first single of their debut album to be released in July, Alleyways introduces fresh sound to the rock genre. Listening to their music, the thing that strikes me is the seamless musical collaboration and the standalone voice of buttery confidence that serenades the audience with gravelly seductive manliness. There is a presidential tone to the delivery of the lyrics that makes the music incredibly important and majestic while surprisingly remaining light and exciting.Goldfish Syndrome has been established since 2009 and has been stirring the music pot since birth. Their first single 'Timewarp' got immense French approval and their second single 'Where have all the good times gone?' caused a ripple of interest in the US. In 2010, their single 'Moving On' got people talking in Ireland with Today FM, 2FM and HotPress acknowledging their musical prowess.There are four dual talented members to the band, all talented musicians and singers and this lack of vice feeds the confidence that gets them noticed.Cork band 'Fast like Fun' and Silent Noise Parade' will also appear at Cyprus Avenue on the night of their launch. Doors open at 9pm and tickets are €6 or €5 for students.

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