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Lex Candy drops new E.P “You've done the right thing, let's move on and celebrate life”

Lex Candy has broken out of a musical rut. Rather than restrict himself to his punk roots, he has decided to expand out his influences in order to create a new and refreshing sound. Speaking about this, he says: “Musically I have had so many influences since I stopped being a fucked up DIY punk. Shawn Mendes, lauv, 5 Seconds of Summer, Yungblud, Bazzi, Twenty One Pilots and Blackbear are just a few who have a big influence on me and who i really admire. But in the end those artists just make music I love listening to and respect, I never tried to copy any of them and tried to be as much as I was as I could. "you've done the right thing, let's move on and celebrate life" is just the beginning of the journey.”

This sound can be heard on his new E.P “You've done the right thing, let's move on and celebrate life.” The E.P truly has something on it for everyone and merges Indie, Power Pop and RnB together. Within the E.P, Lex Candy manages to blur emotional with infectious to create singalong anthems that will tug at your heartstrings.

Speaking about the E.P, Lex Candy shares: “At first it took quite a while to know where I wanted to go. But when the probably 10th version of It's Like Magic was done i knew this is it. That's who I want to be. Lyrically I came over these things like alcoholism and not having self confidence - always reflecting who i am and who i wanna be. Living in Austria, I decided to go as international as possible right from the start. I found amazing people who understand my vision and wanted to work with me. Many people are going through similar themes as I am. It's hard to trust yourself, but when you do, it feels better than anything.

With a bright horizon ahead, we can’t wait to see where he’ll take his signature and infectious sound.

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