After turning up the heat this summer at Hard Rock Calling and T in The Park - and with their main stage Reading and Leeds shows just around the corner - alt-rock powerhouse Twin Atlantic are set to make waves again with a brand new album.
Due for release next year and recorded at Wales's legendary Rockfield Studios, they have reunited with Gil Norton (Pixies, Foo Fighters), the producer behind 2011's acclaimed first full-length debut 'Free', which sold just under 100,000 copies in the UK.
Bursting at the seams with pin-sharp guitar melodies, thundering percussion and Atlantic-sized vocals, the band have already previewed two new tracks in their current festival set.
Twin Atlantic's Ross McNae says this of the record; "We needed some time to find out what kind of music we wanted to make next and to explore things in the studio that we've never had the chance to explore before. Hearing what we're making now makes me fully believe we were right to take our time as it's sounding massive."
Twin Atlantic are: Sam McTrusty - Lead Vocals & Guitar, Ross McNae - Bass, Piano & Vocals, Barry McKenna - Guitar, Cello & Vocals, Craig Kneale - Drums & Vocals.