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Twin Peaks Release ‘Wild Onion’ Demos On Bandcamp

March 5, 2015

NEW YORK, NY (March 5, 2015) – Having just returned from their second batch of European tour dates, the Twin Peaks dudes are back in the States and stoked to share a set of demos that’ll keep you satisfied until they play your town this spring. Earlier today, the band posted demos for their breakout album, Wild Onion (out now on Grand Jury), to their Bandcamp page. You can download the set, which they are calling Mind Frames, here for free. Also, seizing an opportunity that was too good to pass up, the boys filmed an alternate video for “Making Breakfast” in London’s Cereal Killer Cafe. Finally, they’ll be hitting the road starting this weekend with performances that include SXSW, Sasquatch Festival, Canadian Music Week, Forecastle, Free Press Summer Fest, and a tribute to David Lynch’s work with music in TV and film that will see both forms of Twin Peaks unite. That show will feature the likes of Donovan, Karen O, Duran Duran, Jim James, Sky Ferreira, Wayne Coyne, and more. Check out their demos, SXSW shows (more to be announced soon!), and new tour dates below!



 Monday, Mar 16

12:30AM – Tumblr Fuck Yeah Party Sponsored by Entourage @ Mohawk (912 Red River St.)

w/Spoon, ASTR, Tei Shi

Tuesday, Mar 17

12AM – Chicago Made Official Showcase @ The Main (610 E 6th St.)

w/Vic Mensa, Gemini Club

Wednesday, Mar 18

5PM – Waterloo In-Store (600A North Lamar Boulevard)

w/Will Butler, The Districts

10PM – Jansport Bonfire Sessions Official Showcase @ Cheer Up Charlie’s (900 Red River St.)

w/Real Estate, Waxahatchee, and Only Reel

Friday, Mar 20

5:40PM – IFC Fairgrounds @ Palm Park (601 E. Third St.)

w/Priory, Robert DeLong, and Odesza

10:30PM – Dr. Marten’s Official Showcase @ Bar 96 (96 Rainey Street)

w/Cloud Nothings, Palma Violets, and Broncho

Saturday, Mar 21

5:30PM – Burgermania @ Hotel Vegas (1500 E. 6th St.)

w/King Tuff, Meatbodies, Gap Dream

TWIN PEAKS TOUR DATES (new dates in bold)

Sat. March 7 – Rossland, BC @ Rafters

Sat. March 14 – Columbia, MO @ Rose Music Hall

Sun. March 15 – Oklahoma City, OK @ City Pres

Fri. March 27 – Milwaukee, WI @ Turner Hall Ballroom w/Benjamin Booker

Sat. March 28 – Sun. March 29 – Santa Ana, CA @ Burgerama IV

Wed. April 1 – Los Angeles, CA @ Ace Theatre (The Music Of David Lynch)

Sat. April 11 – Bloomington, IN @ Culture Shock Music Festival w/Foxygen, Tops

Thu. April 30 – Lakewood, OH @ Mahall’s*

Fri. May 1 – Washington, DC @ Rock & Roll Hotel*

Sat. May 2 – Brooklyn, NY @ Music Hall of Williamsburg*

Mon. May 4 – Northampton, MA @ Iron Horse*

Tue. May 5 – Allston, MA @ Great Scott*

Thu. May 7- Fri. May 8 – Toronto, ON @ Canadian Music Week

Sat. May 9 – Kalamazoo, MI @ Bells Eccentric Cafe*

Wed. May 20 – Sioux Falls, SD @ Total Drag Records

Fri. May 22 – Mon. May 25 – George, WA @ Sasquatch Festival

Wed. May 27 – Portland, OR @ Mississippi Studios w/Chastity Belt

Fri. May 29 – Santa Barbara, CA @ Velvet Jones

Sat. May 30 – Los Angeles, CA @ Jewels Catch One

Tue. June 2 – Las Vegas, NV @ The Bunkhouse Saloon

Thu. June 4 – Austin, TX @ Red 7

Fri. June 5 – San Antonio, TX @ 502 Bar

Fri. June 6 – Sat. June 7 – Houston, TX @ Free Press Summer Fest

Wed. June 17 – Pittsburgh, PA @ Brillobox

Thu. June 18 – Sun. June 21 – Dover, DE @ Firefly Music Festival

Fri. July 17 – Sun. July 19  – Louisville, KY @ Forecastle Festival

* = w/White Reaper 

All ticket links here:


“In The Morning (In The Evening)” –

“Mind Frame” video –

“Flavor” stream –

“Flavor” video –

“I Found A New Way” video –

“Strawberry Smoothie” stream –

“Fade Away” video –

“Making Breakfast” video –


“Surfs the same wave of brash three-chord zeal as Thee Oh Sees and Parquet Courts”

The New York Times

“On their second record, the spunky quartet pull off Exile-era Stones strut and Velvet Underground guitar poesy with sophistication that’s beyond their years, and a sense of humor, too” – Rolling Stone

“…a real rock’n’roll album that sounds like it’s been playing on turntables since 1972.” – NYLON

“Traces of the Nuggets box set, the Stones and West Coast low-fi hero Ty Segall can all be gleaned from the record’s 16 tracks, a solid sonic testament to a maturing band whose buzz is well deserved.” – Chicago Magazine

“Pounding, ruthless, party-willing-and-party-ready-garage-rock.” – Esquire

“A fresh testament to their talent” – Pitchfork

“Rock n’ roll: dead? Nah dawg. Twin Peaks are carrying that torch.” – Stereogum

“Packed with sugary-sweet, jangly hooks and an endearing sort of reckless post-adolescent attitude” – Entertainment Weekly

“Twin Peaks has no time for your cynicism; Let them be awesome.” – VICE

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