Candy Hearts' Mariel Loveland on Touring with New Found Glory: "It's a Dream Come True."

Only together for a little over two years, the New Jersey and New York-based band, Candy Hearts is quickly making a name for themselves in the music scene. A little bit of '90s indie rock mixed in with pop punk, the Candy Hearts sound is just about as addictive as the treats for which they're named. Having just released a brand new EP, The Best Ways to Disappear, produced by New Found Glory guitarist Chad Gilbert, the band hits the road as a supporting act on NFG's Sticks and Stones 10th Anniversary Tour.

See also:

- New Found Glory's Jordan Pundik asks: "What does Sticks and Stones" Mean to You?

One-fourth of Candy Hearts, singer Mariel Loveland, spoke to New Times about being a girl in the punk scene, her Lifetime movie drinking game, and dealing with Hurricane Sandy.

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