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The Twilight Sad

https://thetwilightsad.bandcamp.com/ The Twilight Sad are a Scottish indie rock band, comprising James Graham (vocals), Andy MacFarlane (guitar), and MarkDevine (drums). The bandare currently signed to Rock Action and have released four full-length albums, as well as several EPs and singles. Their 2007 debut album, FourteenAutumns & Fifteen Winters, drew widespread acclaim from critics,who noted Graham's thick Scottish accent and MacFarlane's dense sonic walls ofshoegazing guitar and wheezing accordion.The Twilight Sad's notoriously loud live performances have been described as "completely ear ...read more

https://thetwilightsad.bandcamp.com/ The Twilight Sad are a Scottish indie rock band, comprising James Graham (vocals), Andy MacFarlane (guitar), and MarkDevine (drums). The bandare currently signed to Rock Action and have released four full-length albums, as well as several EPs and singles. Their 2007 debut album, FourteenAutumns & Fifteen Winters, drew widespread acclaim from critics,who noted Graham's thick Scottish accent and MacFarlane's dense sonic walls ofshoegazing guitar and wheezing accordion.The Twilight Sad's notoriously loud live performances have been described as "completely ear-splitting,"and the band tour for the album across Europe and the United States throughout 2007 and 2008. Sessions inspired by stripped-down and reworkedlive performances yielded the 2008 mini-album, Here, It Never Snowed. Afterwards It Did. Their second album, Forget the Night Ahead, marked a shift in the band's direction; lyrically more personal and musicallydarker and morestreamlined, it was released in 2009 to further acclaim. Recording sessions for the album also produced themid-2010 release The Wrong Car, whichfollowed the departure of founding bassist Craig Orzel in February 2010. The TwilightSad's third album, No One Can Ever Know, was released inFebruary 2012 and marked another stylistic shift, with the bandciting industrial music and krautrock influences for a darker, sparser sound. Theband's fourth album, entitled Nobody Wantsto Be Here and Nobody Wants to Leave, was released in late October 2014. The band describes their sound as "folk with layers of noise," and music critics have described the band as "perennially unhappy" and "a band thatinject some real emotion and dynamic excitement into a comparatively standard template." « hide

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LPs
It Won/t Be Like This All the Time
2019

3.8
151 Votes
Nobody Wants To Be Here And Nobody Wants To Leave
2014

3.9
187 Votes
No One Can Ever Know
02/06/2012

3.6
103 Votes
Forget The Night Ahead
2009

3.9
123 Votes
Fourteen Autumns and Fifteen Winters
2007

3.9
211 Votes
EPs
The Wrong Car
2010

3.4
9 Votes
Here It Never Snowed. Afterwards It Did
2008

3.8
22 Votes
The Twilight Sad
2006

3.7
18 Votes
Live Albums
Oran Mor Sessions
2014

3.7
7 Votes
Live at Paisley Abbey
2014

3.9
7 Votes
Compilations
No One Can Ever Know (The Remixes)
11/20/2012

3
4 Votes
Killed My Parents and Hit the Road
2008

3.6
17 Votes

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