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.
The US garage rock band Twin Peaks are due to release the LP Down In Heaven on the 13th of May.
Twin Peaks – Down In Heaven – artwork
Initially introduced back in 2014 it is a pleasure to see the deserved exponential growth of the quintet. Each time I take a listen the more I am reminded of The Rolling Stones, not as a tribute act, rather a bright update to the garage sounds of Carnaby Street.
Twin Peaks have a style which immediately transposes to which ever platform the music is delivered, be it a tinny mobile phone speaker, a high end home hi-fi or Stadium performance as there is a connectivity betwixt the players and the audience that transcends the delivery method and the first track of the bakers dozen on the new LP – Walk To The One You Love is of no exception. Who doesn’t enjoy a Honky-Tonk piano?