Twin Atlantic returned with aplomb with their fifth studio album, Power, their first release on Virgin EMI in January 2020. Their first single, Novocaine, is a racing adrenalized synth rock anthem.

Tapping into their LCD Sound system fandom and acknowledging the influence of Depeche Mode, Power is eight punchy tracks and two compelling interludes. No fat, no fuss, all fire made by a band plugging in, turning it up and taking charge. The message here is that here are their songs; take them and the band, as you find them.

After ten years, Twin Atlantic got their Glasgow studio fully up and running. They gigged for thrills and used the money to fund the album that they wanted to make. They took charge of production and only then when all that was done and dusted, did they sign a new record deal. Yes, they had to do everything themselves, and they’d have it no other way.

Because of the pandemic their tour was cut short in March 2020 and they make no secret of the fact that they cannot wait for these shows to come around so that they can finish what they started.



Date Venue
Sat 21st O2 Academy Leicester
Sun 22nd O2 Academy Oxford
Tue 24th Tramshed Cardiff
Wed 25th Electric Ballroom London
Mon 30th Concorde 2 Brighton
Tue 31st Old Fire Station Bournemouth

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