Spitfire, the second track on Brankholm Brae, is bound to be a TwinsTown classic. It’s the most rockin’ number on the forthcoming debut album; you can rock out on it and order a pizza to it. It’s universally good, no holds barred, rock ‘n’ roll. I liken it to Primal Scream in their pomp.
Lovable, easy-going Double Trouble and the boys are uncharacteristically spoiling for a showdown. You can actually hear the Spitfire overhead while they enlist Winston Churchill to the cause.
Asking Donald about Spitfire he replied, “I’d rather Nazi,” and this perfectly explains why I usually just make quotes up.
Brankholm Brae, TwinsTown’s stunning debut album to be released this year, featuring Spitfire, the anti-Nazi classic.
It’s an uncompromising take on modern-day relationships. There’s bloody betrayal, close friendships going awry, the dreaded aftermath, terrifyingly awkward social situations, and folk away in the huff.
It’s frank, honest and meaningful. It makes you think. It’s lyrically strong. It’s TwinsTown’s opening track on their forthcoming debut album, Brankholm Brae.
It’s Welcome to My World.
It’s a belter to open the album. Welcome to My World sets Brankholm Brae up. It’s going to be a walk on the wild side.
The full lyrics don’t disappoint and neither does the music. It’s the finest in indie rock; pop accessibility with noise, experimental and authentic, with a wee bit of ironic posturing (more of that to come, no doubt).
This is how the opening track ends…
TwinsTown’s debut album Brankholm Brae is currently in the final stages of mixing at Tpot Studios with well-known and respected producer Robin Wynn Evans. Robin has worked with many top artists including The View and Manic Street Preachers.
Brankholm Brae will be released this year, 2021. Watch this space for details.