After the British country-pop sensation Twinnie realised that her heart was in Nashville’s creative community, she decided to make the change of a lifetime and move to Music City on a full-time basis. It’s a decision which is already paying off after playing two show-stealing sets at the CMA Fest as well as Bonnaroo earlier this month.
Now Twinnie’s rising status continues to soar as she shares the new single ‘Bad Man’. Previewing her new ‘Blue Hour’ EP which follows later this year, ‘Bad Man’ is her first official release since relocating and will only add to her current trajectory. Listen HERE.
In contrast to the upbeat crossover anthems that she is best known for, ‘Bad Man’ showcases a different side of Twinnie’s artistry. Switching to slow-burning, high drama balladeering, ‘Bad Man’ shows that Twinnie’s vocal class takes on a beguiling, affecting emotional quality. An instantly relatable story about learning to trust again after previously being hurt by somebody you thought you could believe in, ‘Bad Man’ also possesses the timeless warmth of country instrumentation – from sorrowful slide guitar to sweeping strings – that shows that she’s an utterly authentic new voice within her adopted hometown.

Twinnie says,“This song is about trusting the process when beginning a new relationship after being hurt by somebody previously and hoping that it doesn’t turn out the same.”

Twinnie produced ‘Bad Man’ with her regular collaborator Barnabas Shaw (Meghan McKenna) and wrote it with Jessica Farren (Renee Blair), solo artist Kyndal Inskeep and John The Dropout (Danny G). Both ‘Bad Man’ and the recent ‘The Way I Loved You’ will feature on the ‘Blue Hour’ EP.
Twinnie walks the line between two worlds. A traveller with a gypsy heart and a storyteller’s soul, she delivers vibrant lyrics and effervescent melodies throughout her musical output. Unpretentious and unapologetic, she is a fresh voice for the outliers. She is a multifaceted performer that has created a musical refuge for people on the fringe: one where everyone is welcome, respected and celebrated.

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