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Twin Peaks Share “In The Morning (In The Evening)” Off New 7″ Out This Spring On Grand Jury

March 2, 2015

NEW YORK, NY (March 2, 2015) – Fresh off an astounding 2014 with the release of Wild Onion (out now on Grand Jury) an album praised with year-end recognition from the Chicago Tribune, Under The Radar, PopMatters, CMJ, and many others – plus, a year full of touring that brought them home to a SOLD OUT headline show at The Metro in Chicago just last month, the Peaks dudes are at it again. Today, Twin Peaks are excited to share In The Morning (In The Evening), a track off an upcoming 7” to be released this Spring on Grand Jury.

Guitarist Clay Frankel had this to say about the new track:

I wrote that a few months after Wild Onion, and we went in to Treehouse (Records). We just wanted to lay it down nice and simple with two guitars, bass, drums and some nice back porch piano playing. It’s about a girl I would only see at night, like how you see most people only at night when they’ve got their good clothes on and all. It was pretty easy to record, we did all the backing vocals on the same take and same track pretty much, like how they did em on old Beach Boys and Beatles records, and we produced and mixed it all ourselves on analog. We wanted it loose and sloppy and so a lot of the strange panning and mixing is deliberately planned – like, how we plugged a guitar straight into the board for the guitar solo and didn’t play anything that took longer than two or three takes. Also, since we were going straight to tape, nothing could be moved around; and when we mixed it, we had to do it all the way through with no way to go and change anything without remixing the entire track. Its our first studio session we produced ourselves and were happy with it. Good practice for our next record.

The band is also announcing a string of new headline tour dates, plus appearances at Sasquatch!, Canadian Music Week, and Forecastle.


TWIN PEAKS TOUR DATES (new dates in bold)

Mon. Feb 9 – Berlin, DE @ Monarch

Tue. Feb 10 – Hamburg, DE @ Molotow

Wed. Feb 11 – Rees Haldern, DE @ Haldern pop

Thur. Feb 12 – Amsterdam, Holland, NL @ Paradiso Noord

Sat. Feb 14 – Dijon, FR @ Generiq Festival

Tue. Feb 17 – London, UK @ 100 Club

Fri. Feb 20 – Manchester, UK @ Night and Day

Sat. Feb 21 – Glasgow, UK @ Sleazy’s

Sat. Feb. 28 – Mexico City, MX @ NRMAL Festival

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

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

Tue. March 17 – Sat. March 21 Austin, TX @ SXSW

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

Thu. April 30 – Lakewood, OH @ Mahalls

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

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

Mon. May 4 – Northampton, MA @ Iron Horse

Thu. May 1 – Sun. May 10 – Toronto, ON @ Canadian Music Week

Tue. May 5 – Allston, MA @ Great Scott

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

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

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

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“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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