EP Review: Twin Wild – My Heart

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Succeeding a lengthy silence, Twin Wild have returned with their brand new EP ‘My Heart’ – released through Play It Again Sam and produced by Adam Noble (Nothing But Thieves, Fatherson, Placebo).

The latest release from the rock four-piece proves they’re destined for catastrophic things with their distinctively confident and intelligently taut sound.

The record opens with the title track’s glaring soft vocals which quickly proliferate into gripping guitar riffs and punchy drums. The former single could easily kick off a hell of a raucous live set. The band stated ‘it seems to be that turning point in our set where the crowd really locks in with us.’ The track that supervenes is ‘Superstar’; the heavy euphoria that screams Don Broco-esque supersized atmospheric vibes. Lyrically, ‘Superstar’ is a little dig/warning to all of those ‘pretenders’ out there. ‘Interlude’ follows, it’s the most distant yet peaceful track on the entire EP and allows for a beautiful fall into the deeper listening of the record.

The determinative track of the EP is former single Willow Tree; opening with edgy riffs and followed by enlivening vocals, the track gets off to an unreachable start. The whole feel good atmosphere that permeates the track, given its somewhat grungy style, fabricates an exultant feel when the track drops into its impressive second half.

The record as a whole is just an unfathomable hell-raising masterpiece with a transparent direction of how monumental Twin Wild can be.

They’ve supported the likes of Nothing But Thieves, You Me At Six, PVRIS and many more but now they are set to tear the roof down with a headline set at Camden Assembly this November and trust me, you do not want to miss out! (Tickets available here).

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