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New Sandcastle EP Available for Streaming & Download

Sandcastle continues to unearth glam-folk jewels in EP form. Their latest, Diamond, is an enchanting, sentimental time warp. This most recent musical chapter retains a mystic of lore. Full of love and loss, hope and hopelessness - a minstrel delivers these heartfelt collection of tales.





New Sandcastle EP Available for Streaming & Download

In the ongoing search to find musical treasures, Sandcastle provides a reliable source of riches. The band’s latest EP Bloodstone Mermaid exudes a mystical, enchanting, glam-folk level of intimacy. A pensive, candlelight aesthetic envelops the softly-sung, spindly-strummed selection, retaining a delicate, engaging fragility. On Thursday, April 12, Sandcastle will be performing at Ortlieb's as part of a lineup that alo includes Line Leader, Cookie Tongue, and Cóq.





New Sandcastle EP Available for Streaming & Download

Sandcastle recently shared a new four-song EP. Amethyst continues their traveling minstrel exploits. There’s an eerie intimacy within this folk-pop potion. Reveling in Renaissance-inspired tones, genuine emotion peers through the castle windows.





New Sandcastle EP Available for Streaming & Download

Sandcastle offers another gem in their latest EP Garnet; or, Swan but Not Forgotten (An Occult Romance). The collection is layered in renaissance-laced, acoustic glam rock that steps to the forefront. Placed somewhere between the sadness of romantic memories, the personal narratives are modernly interpreted from a Victorian perspective. It's an emotive-triggering, time-traveling fantasy.





New Sandcastle EP Available for Streaming & Download

A meandering melancholy of doo wop, medieval folk, and indie rock, Sandcastle's The Vampire was released at an ever-appropriate time. Featuring contributions from Zach Robbins and Josh Mackie (Dark Mtns, Flight Habit, Sun Organ) as well as Josh Meakim (A Sunny Day in Glasgow, The Fantastic Imagination), the album creates a cautionary sense of comfort, as if something is slight amiss. Sam Kassel and Dan Angel form a bewitching pair. It’s drearily delightful as one slips into the darkness.

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