A live rendition of the song Blue Coupe has recently been made available and is a reminder as to why they are not strangers with the soft curling tones wrapping the audience in an all embracing sense of togetherness.
The US indie-rock band Twin Peaks released their latest single of the series Sweet ’17 Singles on the 6th.
Twin Peaks – photo by Carolina Faruolo
With an ever greater touring schedule Twin Peaks realised they would be short on time to get in to the studio and record, so earlier in the year decided they would put out a two track single each month as a means to showcase new songs the last of which is In The Meadow / We Will Not Make It (Not Without You).
In The Meadow finds the band in a more trippy mood than much of their other material with a luscious palette of backwashed reverb and echo drifting through the room.
When initially introduced Twin Peaks were a quartet and the additional player has allowed them to develop the quirky eddies of their sound.
In a far different pace to their last feature in February with Walk To The One You Love – also from the LP Down In Heaven which comes out on the 13th of May – Holding Roses, the tenth of the bakers dozen tracks on the album, discovers Twin Peaks at a slower pace with a vocal that minds of Spookyland filtering through the room alongside the measuring of the tempo allows them to address the audience from a completely different angle.