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Rising from Glasgow, Scotland, The Twilight Sad is led by the remarkable James Graham and also includes Andy MacFarlane as the guitarist and Mark Devine on drums. Entering the music industry in 2003, the band stood out because of Graham's distinguished vocals, an eclectic mix of sounds and their choice of instruments. With four studio albums in their repertoire, the band released an extended version of their EP “Òran Mór Session” in October 2015 and in 2016 will hit the road as a supporting act for The Cure. Two phenomenal indie rock bands under one roof, what else can you ask for! The Twilight Sad tickets are available for both the US and UK leg.
The Twilight Sad – A Model of Consistency & Ingenuity
If you enjoy quality music then it's hard not to be swayed by the Scottish indie rock, post punk band The Twilight Sad. Armed with their unique sonics and James Graham's energizing vocals, they're four albums into a music career as one of the most popular bands in Scotland.
The trio has been plugging away for almost 12 years now and with every effort has progressed from their strained, wistful anthems. They have grown in aesthetics and sound and the listeners have witnessed an evolution from contemplative songs to a brilliant amalgamation of cathartic post-punk and dark indie rock. Having released 11 singles, 5 EPs and 4 studio albums, The Twilight Sad always sound honest and emotionally weathered, but they have maintained consistency while developing their own unique style.
Meeting in and around high school, Andy MacFarlane, James Graham and Mark Devine decided to form The Twilight Sad. After a lot of experimentation, recording a few demos here and there and performing live at some selected events, the band released their self-titled EP that featured the song “That Summer, at Home I Had Become the Invisible Boy”. The effort earned good reviews and it laid the groundwork for their debut album “Fourteen Autumns & Fifteen Winters” released in 2007. Embracing indie rock sound, fused with shoegazing elements and rock energy, the album was critically acclaimed and called one of the finest Scottish albums.
The trio announced a tour following the success and The Twilight Sad tickets sold like hot cakes. They were joined in the trek by The Smashing Pumpkins, Mogwai and Frightened Rabbit and later also performed as a supporting act for We Were Promised Jetpacks.
The Creative Trio Continues to Weave Subtle Folk Melodies into their Rock Noise
The Twilight Sad came out with their fourth album “Nobody Wants to Be Here and Nobody Wants to Leave” in 2014 and it was a huge hit. Operating as a creatively sound ensemble, they produced a simple and a stripped back album. Highlighted by songs like There's a Girl in the Corner, It Never Was the Same and I Could Give You All That You Don't Want, their sound is as powerful as ever. The listeners are treated to pounding percussion, sinister keyboard lines, powerful guitars and dominant vocals. Nurturing their sound, The Twilight Sad has embraced the elements from all of their previous releases to compose a fresh album.
They are now ready to play their new and old tracks live at the upcoming tour, and will rock some of the top venues in the US and UK. It's not every day that two critically acclaimed bands perform under one roof so don't miss The Cure & Twilight Sad live.