TWIN PEAKS Single: Making Breakfast
Release Date: 16th March
Label: Communion Records/Caroline International
Twin Peaks are pleased to announce details of their new single ‘Making Breakfast’ out on 16th March. It is taken from their UK debut album ‘Wild Onion’, released through Communion Records/Caroline International.
With a sound that draws from a long lineage of rock n’ roll artists, the young Chicago band channel the Beach Boys whilst taking chunks of modern influences from the likes of Black Lips, Ty Segall and Tame Impala.
The buzz surrounding the band not only stems from their captivating live performances, which are a powder keg of raw emotion – sometimes teetering on the brink of collapse – but from the critics’ love of the album too, with ‘Wild Onion’ recently being listed in NME’s top 50 albums of 2014.
Listen to Making Breakfast here:
A relentless touring ethic and those now renowned live shows have had Twin Peaks on the road continuously in the past year, sharing stages and buses with their friends and musical allies The Orwells and Eagulls.
Having sold out their first London show back in October, Twin Peaks return to the UK in February for a headline show at The 100 Club as part of the NME Awards Tour, alongside their first live dates in Glasgow and Manchester. Full UK tour dates listed below.
Twin Peaks is: Cadien Lake James, Clay Frankel, Jack Dolan and Connor Brodner
Twin Peaks UK Live Dates:
17th Feb – 100 Club, London (TICKETS)
20th Feb – Night & Day, Manchester (TICKETS)
21st Feb – Garage, Glasgow (TICKETS)
Praise for Twin Peaks:
“[Wild Onion is] a gloriously careening 16 tracks that combine scuzzy, fuzz tone brashness with knockout melodic hooks”
“Youthful vigour makes the Chicago garage-rockers’ UK debut unmissable…it’s their ambition and ability to extend their own ‘60s influences that makes Twin Peaks so exciting”
“Fans of the Replacements’ sloppy rock and Big Star’s power pop will love these Chicagoans…Power pop revisited and revitalized”
“Rock n’roll: dead? Nah dawg. Twin Peaks are carrying that torch”