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Twin Atlantic announce intimate March 2020 tour

Twin Atlantic continue their glorious return with the thought-provoking, subconscious-diving video to their brand new single ‘Novocaine’, taken from their charged-up fourth LP ‘POWER’ – out January 24th and their first release on Virgin EMI.

Twin Atlantic continue their glorious return with the thought-provoking, subconscious-diving video to their brand new single ‘Novocaine’, taken from their charged-up fourth LP ‘POWER’ – out January 24th and their first release on Virgin EMI.

The debut single, which The Guardian recently described as a huge breakneck synth-rock anthem that harks back to their country’s Big Music, and that The Independent labelled as a “stadium sized anthem”, is as of today ‘Tune Of The Week’ on BBC Radio 1.

Directed by Alex Nicholson (Circa Waves, The Sherlocks), the frantic video draws on the inspiration of colour, mood & memory, interchanged with an adrenalised band performance. Working within a visual restriction, the band have produced an impressive must-see creative spectacle.

Tapping into their LCD Soundsystem fandom, and acknowledging the influence of Depeche Mode, POWER is eight punchy tracks and two compelling interludes. No fat, no fuss, all fire, made by a band plugging in, turning it up and taking charge. The message: here are their new songs, take them – and the band – as you find them. 

After ten years, Twin Atlantic got their Glasgow studio fully up-and-running. They gigged for thrills, and used the money to fund the album they wanted to make. They took charge of production. And only then, when all that was done and dusted, did they sign a new record deal. Yes, they had to do everything themselves – and they’d have had it no other way. 

Following a blistering main stage performance at Reading & Leeds Festival, as well as supporting The 1975 in Glasgow, Twin make their full live return with the announcement of a March underplay tour, including an intimate night at London’s Electric Ballroom. The band will also play a run of UK arena dates this week in support to Catfish And The Bottlemen. Full dates below: 

November 2019 (supporting Catfish And The Bottlemen)
Tue 5th Newcastle, Utilita Arena

Sun 10th Liverpool, M&S Bank Arena

Mon 11th Leeds, First Direct Arena


March 2020

Tue 3rd Motherwell, Concert Hall

Wed 4th Aberdeen, Music Hall

Fri 6th Dundee, Fat Sams

Sat 7th Kilmarnock, Grand Hall

Mon 9th Newcastle, Riverside

Tue 10th Manchester, Academy 2

Wed 11th Sheffield, The Leadmill

Fri 13th Cardiff, The Tramshed

Sat 14th Oxford, O2 Academy Oxford

Sun 15th Leicester, O2 Academy Leicester

Tue 17th Bournemouth, The Old Firestation

Wed 18th Brighton, Concorde 2

Fri 20th London, Electric Ballroom