Scottish doom-mongers The Twilight Sad have announced details of their fourth studio album, ‘Nobody Wants To Be Here And Nobody Wants To Leave’.
The follow-up to 2012’s ‘No One Can Ever Know’ comes out 27th October via FatCat Records. It’s being headed up by ‘There’s a Girl in the Corner’, a thumping, twisted take on their previously emotion-wringing post rock. The delivery is punchier, slightly more streamlined than what they’ve delivered before, but current fans aren’t going to feel let down.
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30 Glasgow, Richmond Park
11 Aberdeen, Lemon Tree
23 Birnam, Arts Centre
13 Strathpeffer, Pavilion
05 Manchester, Soup Kitchen
06 London, Boston Music Rooms
07 Nottingham, Bodega
09 Edinburgh, Pleasance
01 - There's A Girl In The Corner
02 - Last January
03 - I Could Give You All That You Don't Want
04 - It Never Was The Same
05 - Drown So I Can Watch
06 - In Nowheres
07 - Nobody Wants To Be Here And Nobody Wants To Leave
08 - Pills I Swallow
09 - Leave The House
10 - Sometimes I Wished I Could Fall Asleep
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