Twin Peaks are young, restless, and ready to rock into your hearts

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Photo by David Libman, via facebook.com/twinpeaksdudes
Photo by David Libman, via facebook.com/twinpeaksdudes

Chicago garage rock band Twin Peaks just released “I Found A Way,” off of their new album Wild Onion out August 5th. The young band consists of Connor Brodner, Jack Donlan, Clay Frankel and Cadien Lake James. Last year, Twin Peaks debuted their first full length album Sunken, a surprisingly lo-fi affair. In a recent interview with NME, the group explained that the lo-fi sound of Sunken was partly due to the fact that they were recording in Cadien’s concrete basement, with two mics onto Garageband, but that they were “happy to have the restriction.”

In May the group released “Flavor”, as well as a summer-themed video, also from their forthcoming album Wild Onion. Their new track, “I Found A Way” is an anthem about finding fresh perspective. It’s apt subject material for Twin Peaks, who manage to take classic 70s rock and give it a new spin. The song has a lot of energy, but it’s channeled into great guitar hooks and a driving drum beat.

Catch the band at the Barbary October 18th. Get more details here. Listen to “I Found A Way” below.

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