The return of The Twilight Sad


And…they’re (almost) back! Currently touring the UK, The Twilight Sad have been working on their sophomore album at Glasgow’s Chem 19 studio (which is also where Escape Act are working on theirs). The record is entitled Forget The Night Ahead.

Their debut, Fourteen Autumns and Fifteen Winters was released two years ago. In that time it picked up a lot of blog love, and a growing reputation deservedly spread, not just in Scotland but across the world. When I received an from FatCat records today to say was I interested in receiving an mp3 of the first fruits of the sessions…how could I say no? When I heard it I was even more pleased, to these ears, it’s just as good as ‘And She Would Darken The Memory’ or ‘That Summer, At Home I Had Become The Invisible Boy.’

So here it is…presenting for your enjoyment, the first fruits from the recording sessions for their next album…

The Twilight Sad -‘Reflection Of the Television.’ mp3

The Twilight Sad website/The Twilight Sad myspace

I hope you’ll like it, I’m sure you will, but please leave feedback!

Oh, and if you haven’t heard them before, via insound here is one of their earlier songs:

Twilight Sad -‘That Summer, At Home I Had Become The Invisible Boy.’ mp3

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