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Twin Peaks Share New Video For “Mind Frame”, Announce European Tour

November 25, 2014

If you’ve somehow missed out on Twin Peaks banner year, then you’re cruisin’ for a bruisin’! This year saw them release the absolutely killer Wild Onion (out now on Grand Jury), play festivals galore (Pitchfork, Fun Fun Fun, FYF, and more), and make quite the impression at the CMJ Music Marathon. Maybe that’s why the Peaks dudes are rollin’ out this excellent road-dog video for album closer Mind Frame.” Or perhaps it’s because the guys have been tirelessly touring the country since May, never letting up for a moment, and all they know now is the open road. Today, they’ve also announced European tour dates, and, upon selling out their largest hometown show to date (Chicago’s Lincoln Hall), they’ve decided to one-up themselves by announcing a headlining show at The Metro, a Chicago institution (and also twice the size of Lincoln Hall!), in January, 2015. Next year has a ton in store for the young foursome, with more festivals and more new music (!!!), so get on those hogs, throw on those leather jackets, rev those engines, and join the Peaks gang [cue “Born To Be Wild”].



Listen to “Flavor” here:

Listen to “I Found A New Way” here:

Listen to “Strawberry Smoothie” here:

Watch the video for “Flavor” here:

Watch the video for “I Found A New Way” here:

Watch the video for “Fade Away” here:

Watch the video for “Making Breakfast” here: 


Tue. Nov 25 – Midtown Art Supply – Omaha, NE

Sun. Jan 18 – Tomorrow Never Knows Festival @ The Metro – Chicago, IL

Mon. Feb 9 2015 – Monarch – Berlin, Germany

Tue. Feb 10 2015 – Molotow – Hamburg, Germany

Wed. Feb 11 2015 – Haldern pop – Rees Haldern, Germany

Thur. Feb 12 2015 – Paradiso Noord – Amsterdam, Holland

Sat. Feb 14 – Generiq Festival – Dijon, France

Tue. Feb 17 – 100 Club – London, United Kingdom

Fri. Feb 20 2015 – Night and Day – Manchester, UK

Sat. Feb 21 2015 – Sleazy’s – Glasgow, UK

Wed. Feb 28 – Festival NRML – Mexico City, Mexico


“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

“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

Download hi-res images & album art:

Buy Wild Onion at iTunes and Amazon.

Twin Peaks Online: