Twin Atlantic revisit Barrowlands in their ‘Whispers’ video

Twin Atlantic revisit Barrowlands in their ‘Whispers’ video

The Scots hit the road again in May.

At the end of last year, Twin Atlantic played three shows at Glasgow’s iconic Barrowlands, and now they’ve revisited the experience in their new video for ‘Whispers’. Following the band through backstage hugs, and spliced live footage, it’s a nice little trip down memory lane.

“This is one of the first songs that Ross and I have written together lyrically,” said Sam McTrusty in a press release, speaking about the song. “It spawned a whole new outlook for our band musically and artistically. It was written from a personal experience that Ross had been through but I felt it was something that everyone at some point in life can relate to. It’s a rare moment in songwriting and one that we are proud of.”

The Scottish band released their latest album ‘GLA’ (named after, where else, Glasgow) last year.

They’re also heading out on a 2017 tour, with support from Darlia and The Pale White. Check out all their upcoming dates, and that new ‘Whispers’ video below.

APR
28 Dorset - Teddy Rocks
29 Leicester - Handmade Festival

MAY
18 Aberdeen - Beach Ballroom* SOLD OUT
19 Inverness - Ironworks* SOLD OUT
20 Coventry - Copper Rooms+
22 Bristol, O2 Academy+
23 London - Electric Brixton+
24 Cambridge - Junction+
26 Exeter - Lemon Grove+
27 Brighton - Concorde 2+
30 Wrexham - William Aston Hall+
31 Swansea - Sin City+ SOLD OUT

JUN
02 Hulst NL - Vestrock

JUN
05 Moscow RU - Park Live Festival
09 Glasgow - TRNSMT Festival
21 Sheffield - Tramlines Festial
23 Steventon - Truck Festival
30 Matlock - Y-Not Festival

SEP
09 Lulworth Estate - Bestival
29 Manchester - British Sound Project @ Victoria Warehouse

+ Darlia and The Pale White Supporting
* The Pale White Supporting

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