The Twilight Sad
It's due to be released on January 18th...

The Twilight Sad are set to release new album 'IT WON/T BE LIKE THIS ALL THE TIME' on January 18th.

The Scottish group are now working with Rock Action, and went into the studio recently to focus on their fifth album.

Constructed before a summer of live shows, The Twilight Sad are now ready to reveal full details of the incoming full length.

'IT WON/T BE LIKE THIS ALL THE TIME' will be released on January 18th, led by icy, Cure-influenced closer 'Videograms'.

James Alexander Graham says: "'Videograms' was the first song written for the album but the last song finished before we went in to record. It’s one of the most melodic things we’ve done. Since writing the song I’ve heard the phrase "don’t you start on me” whilst walking down the street, in the supermarket, in the pub. It must have been something that I’d heard a lot that stuck with me and came out in this song."

"I quite like that it's the first official single yet it's the last song on the album. There’s sometimes pressure to front load an album with the singles as it's assumed that people don’t have the attention span to listen to a full record, but people that know us and like our music know that we make albums that should be listened to all the way through as every song is a chapter in the overall story of it. It's also why I love Rock Action as there was no pressure from them, they let us do what we wanted with the track list."

Tune in now.

1. 10 Good Reasons for Modern Drugs
2. Shooting Dennis Hopper Shooting
3. The Arbor
4. VTr
5. Sunday Day13
6. I/m Not Here [missing face]
7. Auge_Maschine
8. Keep It All To Myself
9. Girl Chewing Gum
10. Let's Get Lost
11. Videograms

For tickets to the latest Twilight Sad shows click HERE.

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