The Twang announce new album ‘N E O N T W A N G’

Birmingham band will release fourth LP on March 10

The Twang will release their fourth album ‘N E O N T W A N G’ on March 10 and have unveiled the song ‘Larry Lizard’ as a taster.

The new album, the follow-up to 2012’s ’10:20′, was recorded in London at producer Rory Attwell’s Lightship95 studio last year. It marks the debut of new member Jon ‘Simmo’ Simcox as a full writing member of the band.

Of the album, singer Phil Etheridge said: “Making this was easily the most fun we’ve had in the studio since before the band got a record deal.” He adds that lead single ‘The Wobble’, which leaked last year, points in the direction of the rest of the album.


The Twang have unveiled the video for new single ‘Larry Lizard’ which you can see below. They’re on tour throughout February.

The Twang will play:

London Village Underground (February 13)
Southampton Talking Heads (14)
Bristol Fleece (15)
Liverpool O2 Academy 2 (16)
Manchester Ruby Lounge (19)
Newcastle O2 Academy 2 (20)
Glasgow O2 ABC 2 (21)
York The Duchess (25)
Stoke Sugarmill (26)
Leeds Cockpit (27)
Sheffield Leadmill (28)

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