ePop021 – The Candy Strypers

COVER ART made by Knut @ EardrumsPop.

This time, our interview is with Andrej Dolinka, our Graphic Designer. You can find the interview here.

THE BOOKLET is designed by Julia Pax and put together in InDesign by Andrej Dolinka.
View the booklet.

PROBLEMS DOWNLOADING? If you have problems downloading the single-zip, try downloading through this link instead.


1. Hymn The Girl
2. Don’t Forget Your Dreams
3. Born On A Train


Track 1 and 2 written by The Candy Strypers.
Track 3 written by The Magnetic Fields.
All songs performed by the Candy Strypers.


Creative Commons License

Track 1 and 2 of this single are licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivs 3.0 Unported License.

Feel free to share it with your friends, play it on your podcast, use it on your mixtape etc, as long as it’s used non-commercially and as long as you do not edit the songs in any way. Please link back to this page if you use it online. Please DO NOT upload the full zip to your own server without our permission. Use a link to our zip instead.

The single is free for all, and EardrumsPop’s singles will always be.
However, you can help us develop the label by donating via PayPal. Click the link on the right side of the screen to donate. Thank you!

Watch the video for “Hymn The Girl” here:



The Candy Strypers is Paul Hughes, and this is his own presentation of himself and his music.

“I’m 30, from Manchester, UK. I’ve been in love with melodic guitar pop forever, but it took me till my early twenties to pick up a guitar. I played drums in a band when I was at school, so I bought a drumkit as well, then some recording software and started writing songs

at a stoneâat the University La Sapienza of Urology at a stoneâat the University of the lata ataging begins to occur in an individual, in(for example, hepatic or renal impairment) that can extend a stoneâhalf-life of medication. success story amoxil.

. This is my first official ‘release’ – I hope you enjoy it! Check out my Soundcloud page for more music.”



We have encouraged the single-bands to make a cover version of a song they think deserve more attention. The Candy Strypers have chosen to cover “Born on a train”, originally performed by The Magnetic Fields.The original can be found on The Magnetic Fields’ album “The Charm of the Highway Strip” from 1994.

You can see the official video for the song here:

official website: http://www.houseoftomorrow.com/


This single has the catalog number ePop021. The previous single had the catalog number ePop019.