Twin Peaks is an American indie-rock band from Chicago, Illinois. The band was formed in 2010. Twin Peaks have released their fourth studio album and first in three years.
The upcoming effort is the official follow-up to 2016’s Down in Heaven. It also follows the Chicago outfit’s Sweet ’17 Singles compilation series. According to a statement, Lookout Low is Twin Peaks’ “most deliberate and seamless” LP, and dubbed a “collaborative triumph” thanks to each individual members’ increased involvement in the studio.
Sharon Van Etten reportedly hit the studio late last year to begin work on her follow-up to 2014’s impressive Are We There LP. In the meantime, she’s collaborated with artists like Lee Ranaldo, Maggie Rogers, Marissa Nadler, and Michael Cera (yup), in addition to contributing to the Twin Peaks reboot and reissuing her debut album. Now, she’s back with yet another new song to help pass the time, this time a cover of LCD Soundsystem’s “New York, I Love You But You’re Bringing Me Down”.
Filmed as part of BBC’s classical music concert series, BBC Proms, Van Etten was backed on the cover by the Heritage Orchestra for a performance at London’s Royal Albert Hall. The LCD cut is a fitting choice for the series, as this year’s theme is “New York: Sound of a City”.
Els concerts de Twin Peaks són una explosió d’energia: el seu garage-punk i rock psicodèlic fan tremolar les sales, com va passar el maig passat al Joy Eslava de Madrid. El seu darrer àlbum, Down In Heaven, ha rebut molt bones crítiques: en destaca la maduresa en la composició i el bon gust per la melodia. Si voleu rock’n’roll actual i del millor, no us els perdeu. Aquesta nit a Razzmatazz.