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The Scottish four-piece uncover newfound dynamics on their third record. The heavy assaults of Free are in fine fettle on “Fall Into the Party” and “I Am an Animal,” while “Be A Kid” screams towards a piercing climax. But there's restraint on “Heart and Soul,” evoking Nashville rather than Glasgow, and a lighters-aloft moment on “Rest In Pieces.” Sam McTrusty exposes his anxious side, too: On “The Ones That I Love,” he worries “the youth of today have lost their voice,” while he pleads, “are you still out there?” on the contemplative “Brothers and Sisters.”

Customer Reviews

Great music!

I don't write reviews much... but you guys are great! I haven't liked a modern "rock" group in a while. Keep it up guys!

Not so much a review....

This is more of a question to all of the TA fans...where can I buy the Matt Lange remix of Twin Atlantic's 'Yes I was drunk?' This has been driving me crazy for months...😭😭😭

😍😍😍 i love it

His accent is amazing lol & I love the band they have a good sound. Guitar really stands out.


Formed: March, 2007 in Glasgow, Scotland

Genre: Rock

Years Active: '00s, '10s

Soaring Scottish alternative rock outfit Twin Atlantic was formed in the city of Glasgow in 2007 around the talents of Sam McTrusty, Ross McNae, Barry McKenna, and Craig Kneale. Like Fall Out Boy, Taking Back Sunday, and fellow Scots Biffy Clyro, the quartet specializes in stadium-sized, radio-ready emo-pop that dutifully walks the line between pained and majestic. The band released Vivarium in 2010, and followed it up with Free in 2011. The following year they were invited to play on the popular...
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