Genres are meaningless. Post-punk is more so than most, more a description of a time than a sound. But it is still a term that is widely used and on the increase. It’s a shame that you can’t get two people to agree on what it means. But, it is for that reason that it perhaps is applicable when trying to tie down the sound that Candy Coffins make. Not because it has a specific meaning but precisely because it doesn’t. No one term can capture what is at the heart of Candy Coffins, so why not pick one that is vague, changeable, and brilliantly and wilfully inconsistent?…

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