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Awesome music by new band on iTunes! A little unpolished at times, but that's what makes them not just another runo-of-the-mill pop group! Just fantastic!

Adorable girlie pop-punk

I *love* Candy Hearts! The music reminds me of my teen years listening to Discount. Although the overall sound to the chords is reminiscent of Discount, the lyrics and vocals are quite different. Mariel has a very cute young girlish voice, and sings about awkward times with boys she likes. The overall tone is light-hearted.

If you're a fan of pop-punk this is definitely an album you should have in your collection!

One of my favorite bands 😍

This album is great and Candy Hearts sound perfect.


Formed: 2009 in Newark, NJ

Genre: Alternative

Years Active: '10s

New Jersey-based Candy Hearts make melodic, '90s punk-pop-inspired rock music. A trio centered around singer/songwriter Mariel Loveland, Candy Hearts got started in 2009 while Loveland was attending college in Upstate New York. The following year, the group released its self-produced debut, Ripped Up Jeans & Silly Dreams. The band's sophomore album, Everything's Amazing and Nobody's Happy, appeared on Kind of Like Records in 2011. Around this time, Loveland caught the ear of New Found Glory guitarist...
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