On November 20 of last year, while everyone in America was busy pre-cooking their spectacular Thanksgiving dinners and not reading music websites for news concerning UK bummer-core bands, FatCat Records quietly released a remixed version of the UK bummer-core band The Twilight Sad’s saddest album to date, No One Can Ever Know. Show More Summary
photos by Dominick Mastrangelo The Twilight Sad are on US soil, and kick off their North American dates with Errors with a Brooklyn show at Music Hall of Williamsburg tonight (11/5). Tickets are still available. If you're heading to the...
On November 20, Fat Cat will put out an album of remixes of tracks from the Twilight Sad's solid 2012 record No One Can Ever Know. The release includes reworks from Tom Furse of the Horrors, Com Truise, Optimo and many more. Listen to Liars' take on the song "Nil", above. Show More Summary
The Twilight Sad at #HotelVegan during SXSW 2012 (more by Amanda Hatfield) The Twiight Sad's new remix record, No One Can Ever Know, is currently available on digital and CD formats via the band where Com Truise, Liars, Tom Furse, Brokenchord and...
words & photos by Dominick Mastrangelo The Twilight Sad @ Music Hall of Williamsburg The Twilight Sad shrugged off a crazy week to deliver a blistering performance to open their US tour at the Music Hall of Williamsburg on 2/25....
Twilight Sad & Southpaw shirt @ Southpaw, 2009 (more by Dominick Mastrangelo) today in NYC Zoso @ Brooklyn Bowl Ellen Band @ The Stone New Beard @ Union Hall Hearts & Bones @ Barbes People's...
The Scottish trio's frigid, militant, rhythmic Andrew Weatherall-produced third LP is more about obsession than release.
Look, I can’t take this anymore readers. I’m all for pitching in and cluing you in on new tours and albums and whatnot — especially if those things are Radiohead-related — but you have to start doing things for yourself a little more in 2012, okay? I mean, how do you think we find out about this news stuff in the first place??? Exactly. Show More Summary
Scottish trio The Twilight Sad have been making straight-up anthemic jams since 2003, and “Another Bed,” the first single from their upcoming third record No One Can Ever Know, is… Read more articles like "New MP3: The Twilight Sad – “Another Bed”" on PMA | Pretty Much Amazing.
The Twilight Sad at SXSW 2011 (more by Dominick Mastrangelo) The Twilight Sad will welcome No One Can Ever Know, the Scots' new LP due via Fat Cat on February 7th. The LP features "Sick", which recently surfaced in single...
Artist: The Twilight SadAlbum: No One Can Ever KnowRelease Date: February 7Label: FatCat
This morning I woke up to sporadic drizzle and fog so thick I could hardly see the trees outside my window — probably weather The Twilight Sad would dig. The gloomy Scottish rockers just announced their third full-length album, No One...Show More Summary
The Edinburgh indie faithful descended on the colourful environs of Electric Circus last Sunday evening, lured by the prospect of a rare acoustic set by The Twilight Sad. Adam Stafford opened the evening with a set of experimental songs constructed from guitar and vocal loops. R.M. Hubbert’s flamenco-tinged acoustic guitar came next, his instrumental pieces [...]
Members of the Twilight Sad, Frightened Rabbit, the Delgados, and Idlewild come together for a one-off album united by a common theme. [Ian Cohen]
MP3: Scott Hutchinson & Rod Jones: "I Forgot the Fall" On June 28, Chemikal Underground will release the album First Edition by the Fruit Tree Foundation, a supergroup of leading lights from the Scottish indie scene. Frightened Rabbit...Show More Summary
WHAT: RockNess Music FestivalWHEN: June 10-12WHERE: Dores, ScotlandWHO: The Chemical Brothers, DJ Shadow, Jamie xx, Matthew Dear, the Cribs, Frightened Rabbit, Katy B, the Twilight Sad, Optimo, Magnetic Man, Jamie Woon, Glasvegas, Sons and Daughters, Simian Mobile Disco, Jesse Rose, Ms. Show More Summary
Scottish compatriots of emotive bands like Frightened Rabbit and Twilight Sad dial back the histrionics on their second album. [Rebecca Raber]
Moody Scots the Twilight Sad have a new video for seven-and-a-half-minute single "The Wrong Car". It features a dummy who smokes and dances and goes to strip clubs, and it was directed by Nicola Collins. "The Wrong Car" single will be released by FatCat on September 28 in the U.S. Show More Summary
Enjoy ‘The Wrong Car’ below. Catch The Twilight Sad on their UK journey. MP3: The Twilight Sad – Reflection Of The Television