Irish duo ALL TVVINS will release their James Vincent McMorrow co-produced sophomore album, ‘Just To Exist’, April 12 on Faction Records.
Current single ‘Build A Bridge’, which premiered via Billboard in January, is currently garnering airplay on BBC Radio 1, but Conor Adams and Lar Kaye shared another track from the record, ‘I Heard You’, Friday during a live interview with Eoghan McDermott on Irish radio station, RTE 2fm:
‘I Heard You’ is now available to stream and download through all digital service providers.
All Tvvins will celebrate Just To Exist with a massive hometown performance, April 13 at Dublin’s National Stadium, which will be the first time in years that the venue has included a standing area for a gig, followed by a May UK/European tour:
04/13 – Dublin, IE @ National Stadium
05/16 – London, UK @ Oslo Hackney
05/17 – Manchester, UK @ The Deaf Institute
05/18 – Glasgow, UK @ King Tut’s Wah Wah Hut
05/19 – Leeds, UK @ Hyde Park Book Club
05/22 – Hamburg, DE @ Nochtwache
05/24 – Wil, CH @ Gare de Lion
05/25 – Munich, DE @ Zehner
05/26 – Vienna, AU @ Chelsea
05/27 – Heidelberg, DE @ Kulturhaus Karlstorbahnhof (K-Klub)
05/28 – Cologne, DE @ Blue Shell
05/29 – Amsterdam, NE @ Paradiso
06/22 – Cork, IE @ Irish Independent Park (with The Coronas and Sigrid)
08/02-04 – Cork, IE @ INDIE19 Festival (headlined by Biffy Clyro and Bastille
After a whirlwind two years behind their 2016 debut ‘IIVV’ which hit #2 on Irish album charts out of the gate, amassed over 15 million streams, and took them across the UK/Europe and back again, including touring with Metric, Lar Kaye and Adam Conor were spent both physically and creatively. Having released a 2017 collaborative single with James Vincent McMorrow, ‘Alone Together‘, the fellow Irishman reached out at the end of 2017, suggesting the three spend winter 2018 in his Dublin studio to work on material. The spark was instant, with the first song they produced, ‘Hell Of A Party‘, an ominous and addictive track, that became the first single from ‘Just To Exist’, last September.
Suddenly ALL TVVINS were fighting back and firing on all cylinders. They’d rediscovered the pure joy of making music and would soon be rewarded with the best songs of their career to date. As producer, co-writer and effective third member, it’s no understatement to say this process wouldn’t have happened without McMorrow. His vision was apparent from the start, but All Tvvins were astounded by his work ethic. Each week consisted of six days of ten-hour sessions, after which McMorrow would fine-tune the day’s progress before the band returned the following day. The end result is Just To Exist, which Adams describes as “a snapshot of where we were, what we were going through and where we hope to go next.” The title, adds Kaye, represents “an acceptance of what we had to go through” to make All Tvvins 2.0 not only exist, but to once again thrive.”