PRODUCED BY AARON WILEY, IAN RICHARDS, CORMAC BRENOCK & JOANNE COLLINS
Goldfish Syndrome arrived in 2009 with a four track EP "Timewarp" which turned heads in the US and France, while receiving constant airplay on Irish radio. Timewarp was released on Drive Records (Cyclefly, Hueman) in Feb 2009.
Sound of Violence magazine in France said 'we couldn't dream of a better start for 2009' while Los Angeles-based 272 Records insisted that Timewarp's opening track, 'Where Have All The Good Times Gone', was the lead track on their new compilation 'Riot on Sunset'.
The band entered 2010 armed with a new EP "Moving On", mixed by German producer Larry Fricke (Sunchasers, Mako), and a taster of the band's debut album, set for release later in 2012. Indie rock without pretensions, this is music that bridges the gap between commercial hits and intelligent songwriting, and its appeal to music cultures as diverse as France and US displays an ability to entice listeners no matter where it is heard.
"Moving On" was the "Hotpress pick of the fortnight" in Hotpress magazine on 01 July 2010. This led to a 2fm session for the Dan Hegarty show as well as extensive airplay on 2fm, Today fm, Radio 1 and host of other regional stations.
In late 2011 the band took a Plane to Asschaffenburg Germany to commence work on their debut album. Here, Goldfish Syndrome, laid down 12 tracks with acclaimed producer Larry Fricke at his renowned Mix-Box studios. The Album is currently being mixed and will be released later in 2012.
Tune in again to Balcony TV //