The Twilight Sad

  • The List
  • 4 December 2009
The Twilight Sad

In our four-star review of their debut album Fourteen Autumns and Fifteen Winters, the List proclaimed that the Twilight Sad are ‘a band who make sad music – yet it’s that particular Scottish sadness which finds itself couched in a kind of troop-rallying hope.’ Now back with Forget The Night Ahead’, they’ve completed an extensive US tour, supporting Mogwai and are bringing their glorious brand of misery home – and it’s the perfect soundtrack to these twilight days. Go to enjoy some catharsis, and remember – there’s still hope.

Nice ‘n’ Sleazy, Glasgow, Tue 15 Dec; Voodoo Rooms, Edinburgh, Wed 16 Dec.

The Twilight Sad, We Were Promised Jetpacks and Holy Mountain

Kilsyth trio taking their former wall-of-sound noise rock in a new, darker synth-laden direction on their current album No One Can Ever Know. With alternarock support from WWPJ and mighty riffola from Holy Mountain.

The Voodoo Rooms

19a West Register Street, Edinburgh, EH2 2AA

Competitively priced bistro staples with a hint of quirk in a live music-driven, eccentrically blinged-up period setting.

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