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Twin Sister

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Biography

Long Island, New York-based indie pop quintet Twin Sister make music that is dreamy, yet danceable. The five members of the group -- vocalist Andrea Estella, bassist Gabe D'Amico, drummer Bryan Ujueta, keyboardist Dev "Udbhav" Gupta, and guitarist (sometimes vocalist) Eric Cardona -- crossed paths while playing in their respective bands, ultimately befriending each other and forming Twin Sister in 2008. Their first EP, Vampires with Dreaming Kids, was self-released that year. After their first live show out of town, at SXSW, they toured with tUnE-YarDs and Xiu Xiu before putting the final touches on their second EP, Color Your Life, which followed in 2010. In 2011, Twin Sister signed to Domino Records and released their first full-length, In Heaven, that September. The group underwent some drastic changes in 2013: not only did Twin Sister part ways with Domino, but Estella was diagnosed with multiple sclerosis, and a car crash while on tour in Tallahassee, Florida left them lucky to be alive. After taking time to recover, the quintet recorded its second album with the help of producer Jon Low and members of Ava Luna, and rechristened themselves Mr Twin Sister. Their darker, electronic-driven self-titled second album arrived in September 2014. ~ Jason Lymangrover

Formed:

2008 in Long Island, New York, NY

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Years Active:

'00s, '10s

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