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A Drug Called Tradition

by Goldfish Syndrome

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    Alleyways 03:09
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    Molly Do You Wanna Dance 03:08
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    Hey Charlie 03:30
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    Moving On 02:23
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    Lower Me Down 03:44
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    Misty Morning 03:10
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    In the End 03:33
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    Arcade Games 03:23
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    Where Have All the Good Times Gone? 03:31
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    Pyro 03:35
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Irish band, Goldfish Syndrome are hoping to make waves with the release of their debut album “A Drug Called Tradition”. This has been preceded by the single “Misty Morning”, an upbeat tune with a dark story behind it, released in May last year which topped the iTunes rock charts. 
Until now, the band have received 5 star reviews in France for their 1st E.P., “Timewarp”, the single “Where Have All The Good Times Gone?” was the opening track on U.S. compilation “Riot on Sunset” and their second E.P. “Moving On” gained them airplay on Today FM and 2FM as well as being “Hot Press Pick of the Fortnight”.
“A Drug Called Tradition” was recorded at Mix-Box Studios in Germany with renowned producer, Larry Fricke at the helm. The 10 tracks were based on a “Youth, Boom, Bust” concept inspired by the the people and places around where the band live . Reflecting the times, the songs take you on a journey from adolescence (In The End) through to the roar of the Celtic tiger (Charlie) and ultimately to the economic and social decline of the late 00’s (Pyro).
The video for the 1st single from the album,  “Alleyways” was nominated for an Underground Cinema award and their music has also travelled as far as South Africa, being used in advertising campaigns for the tourism industry. The lads are hoping to emulate this success once again by touring this year and build their following with the support they’ve received already from John Creedon and Alf McCarthy on RTE Radio 1 and Dave Fanning on 2FM.
At the end of last year, they brought out the single, "The Ballad of Christmas Day" which touched the hearts of listeners with it's reflective and soulful lyrics.
"Moving On" is currently doing the rounds on radio stations nationally on the run up to Irish & English tours.
The album is available through all major online retailers/streaming services. You can also get it directly from the band on this site, www.goldfishsyndromemusic.com 
Goldfish Syndrome are; James Walsh-Vocals/Guitar, Tonto-Guitar/Vocals, Ciaran O’Donovan-Bass and Kieran O’Neill-Drums/Vocals.