Fans and underground critics alike lauded their 2002 album Love Love Love, plus mid-2000s 12-inch disco singles like “Life After Sundown” and “I Always Say Yes” but it was the group’s transition to a more synth-driven sound with 2007 album
B/E/A/T/B/O/X/ that showcased a fully electronic Glass Candy to a growing fan base.
B/E/A/T/B/O/X/ was a worldwide hit with fans and the press, earning top ratings, as well as placements on year-end "best of" lists from publications such as Rolling Stone, Pitchfork, Playboy, and many more.
The Band's live show has for years been widely recognized for it's excitement and high energy. Glass Candy has performed worldwide at many major music festivals, including Coachella, Pitchfork Festival, Primavera Sound, FYF, Fun Fun Fun Fest, and more.
Glass Candy's music has been featured prominently in many films, including Nicolas Refn's Bronson Soundtrack, and countless television shows, including Westworld and Scream Queen. Their 2011 hit song “Warm In The Winter” continues to be the soundtrack for Air France’s ongoing global advertising campaign.