The rocking Glaswegian trio that is Twin Atlantic will be embarking on a 13-date UK headline tour in March, playing up and down the country in support of their latest top-20 record, Power, released on 24th January.
The band, made up of frontman and lead vocalist Sam McTrusty, Ross McNae on bass and keys, and drummer Craig Kneale, released their fifth studio album completely off of their own backs. Taking influence from the incredible party culture in their hometown, as well as the dance music that they all enjoy, this record does not sound like any other that has come before it – and they wouldn’t have it any other way.
Twin Atlantic have made a name for themselves on the live scene, and this up-coming headline tour promises to bring together all of that incredible experience to date, as well as their extensive back-catalogue, and combine it all with new sounds that old and new fans alike will no doubt enjoy hearing and seeing intertwined with each other.
The tour kicks off in Motherwell at the Concert Hall on Tuesday 3rd March, before meandering down the country through the likes of Dundee, Newcastle, Manchester, Cardiff, and Leicester, before arriving on the South Coast to play The Old Firestation in Bournemouth a fortnight later on Tuesday 17th. The trio will then head east down the coast to Brighton for the penultimate night of the tour, before it comes to an intimate end at the Electric Ballroom in London.
Twin Atlantic play The Old Firestation in Bournemouth on Tuesday 17th March. Tickets are available via this link and start at £22.50.