Twin Atlantic Reveal Live Video For ‘Novocaine’

Scottish band Twin Atlantic have announced that they will play a string of special UK album launch shows in January in the lead up to the release of their fourth album, ‘Power’, which comes out January 24th on Virgin EMI.

To commemorate the release they have dropped a video of a live performance of their song, ‘Novocaine’, shot at their ‘Bongo Land’ studio.

Twin Atlantic play the following in-store dates –


January 2020

Thu 23rd  Kingston, Banquet Records @ Pryzm
Fri 24th   London, Rough Trade East
Sun 26th   Southampton, Vanillo
Mon 27th  Nottingham, Metronome
Tue 28th  Leeds, CRASH Records @ The Wardrobe
Wed 29th   Dundee, Dundee Beat Generator
Thu 30th   Glasgow, King Tuts  (Early Show)
Thu 30th   Glasgow, King Tuts  (Late Show)  SOLD OUT

February 2020

Sun 2nd   Edinburgh, The Caves

After ten years, Twin Atlantic got their Glasgow studio fully up-and-running. They gigged for thrills, and used the money to fund the album they wanted to make. They took charge of production. And only then, when all that was done and dusted, did they sign a new record deal. Yes, they had to do everything themselves – and they’d have had it no other way.

Twin Atlantic play the following UK dates. Tickets on sale now from their official website.


March 2020

Tue 3rd  Motherwell, Concert Hall   SOLD OUT
Wed 4th  Aberdeen, Music Hall   SOLD OUT
Fri 6th   Dundee, Fat Sams    SOLD OUT
Sat 7th  Kilmarnock, Grand Hall   SOLD OUT
Mon 9th  Newcastle, Riverside
Tue 10th  Manchester, Academy 2
Wed 11th  Sheffield, The Leadmill
Fri 13th  Cardiff, The Tramshed
Sat 14th  Oxford, O2 Academy Oxford
Sun 15th  Leicester, O2 Academy Leicester
Tue 17th  Bournemouth, The Old Firestation
Wed 18th  Brighton, Concorde 2
Fri 20th  London, Electric Ballroom

July 2020

Sat 11th  TRNSMT Festival 2020, Glasgow Green

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