Psyched, potent and intoxicating; Arcadian Child

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Arcadian Child is a rock band from Limassol, Cyprus infusing guitar driven psychedelia and ambient elements in an explosive amalgam. “Afterglow” was their latest full length album and last month the band released the track “Painting”.¬†Arcadian Child utilise a mixture of edgy rock bluster and well constructed songcraft. The band write songs not only with old fashioned concepts like verses and choruses, but their music also leave ample space for the four musicians to stretch out in, when and where those opportunities present themselves.

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