Tuesday, September 29, 2009

Twi it out


SET for a return next week are The Twilight Sad - and it should be a happy occasion for fans of Editors-esque indie rock.
The group, who hail from Glasgow, Scotland, peddle a doom-laden brand of indie rock on second LP Forget The Night Ahead which is epic enough to match the apocalyptic vibe.
The tracks here, which are a honed as they come on the likes of I Became A Prostitute and That Birthday Present, are housed inside a dense wall of feedback that does err towards becoming a dirge of noise in places on the studio effort.
But unleashed live, I have no doubts that the furious Forget The Night Ahead would soundtrack an evening to remember.

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