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The Twilight Sad Announce Tour Dates

December 12, 2011 drainu182 0


The Twilight Sad will be embarking on a North American tour following the release of their forthcoming full-length, No One Can Ever Know. The album was produced by Andrew Weatherall and will be available February 7, 2012 via Fat Cat Records.

Freshly inspired by a listening diet of Cabaret Voltaire, Can, Liars, Magazine, Autechre, and Public Image Limited, the band turn to a dark, synth-heavy sound for No One Can Ever Know; the resulting LP shares thematic and …

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The Twilight Sad Set To Release New Album ‘No One Will Ever Know’ On February 7, Playing SXSW

November 14, 2011 drainu182 0

As made clear already by widely-spread preview track “Kill It In The Morning” (dubbed “slightly evil-sounding” by Pitchfork) and first single “Sick” (which, according to Stereogum “ticks with post-Radiohead guitar and dread”) The Twilight Sad’s third full-length, No One Can Ever Know, marks a sonic shift for the band.

Freshly inspired by a listening diet of Cabaret Voltaire, Can, Liars, Magazine, Autechre, and Public Image Limited, The Twilight Sad turn to a dark, synth-heavy sound for No One Can Ever …

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Frightened Rabbit/The Twilight Sad Demos Record Store Day Cassette Giveaway

June 21, 2011 drainu182 0

We never thought we’d be doing a cassette giveaway but hey, this site’s all about breaking the norm (well not really). ANYWAYS, one of the coolest items from this year’s Record Store Day was a handmade cassette from Fat Cat Records with demos from Frightened Rabbit and The Twilight Sad! This cassette is one of 777 in the US (400 were available in the UK as well). You could probably maybe find a store that still has it or …

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TAP Exclusive Interview: James Graham of The Twilight Sad

June 24, 2010 drainu182 0

There’s something about The Twilight Sad that just can’t be replicated. Be it their enormous, layered sound, their cryptic and beautiful lyrics, or their overwhelming live performances, The Twilight Sad has managed to carve out their own little niche in the vast world of indie rock. We recently had a chance to speak to James Graham, the lead singer of what he calls, “just a small band from Scotland.” James talked about the band’s dark lyrics, the influence of …