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Live Review: Twin Atlantic at Metronome

Band - Twin Atlantic Date - 27.01.2020 Location - Metronome, Nottingham Last week Notts welcomed Twin Atlantic back into the city. It'd been a while since Twin Atlantic had been in Nottingham, and to be in such a small capacity venue (similar to the likes of Rescue Rooms capacity wise) and for them to be doing a signing afterwards was great to see. The set was only 45 minutes long and to say that Sam and Ross were unwell at the time you wouldn't have thought so. They pushed on and got through the set and were still up for meeting fans after the show. The setlist consisted of; Oh! Euphoria! Novocaine No Sleep Make A Beast Of Myself Volcano Brothers and Sisters Barcelona Heart and Soul The set was short and sweet and it was a good variety if you think that they've just released a new album there were 4 songs from POWER, one from Free, one from GLA and two from Great Divide. It was a great show with a lot of energy and to say that I don't see bigge

Album Review: POWER by Twin Atlantic

It's no news that I adore Twin Atlantic, so we all knew this post was coming. It would have been up yesterday but I was actually at their album release show in Notts (a review of that will be up next Monday). Twin Atlantic is known for changing up their sound and not sticking to genre norms. They’re known for pushing the boundaries of rock and expressing creativity within their albums. There was the grungy feel of Vivarium and GLA, the classic feel of Free and the pop feel of Great Divide. Their new album Power is no exception to this rule. With this album, they’ve experimented even further and pushed those limits to a new level. Power has an exciting electro-thrill about it whilst still sounding like classic Twin Atlantic. It’s not an album that feels like it was a safe choice. It sounds like a risky move that maybe not everybody will be on board with, but it could also bring in a lot more people because of the sound and feel of the album.   The album opens with Oh