Twin Atlantic are set to play a show at King Tuts in Glasgow tomorrow night in support of their new album.
Revealing new single ‘No Sleep’ on Annie Mac’s Radio 1 show, the band also revealed the name of their upcoming album, ‘GLA’. The album is expected to be released in September.
Speaking in a statement, the band said: “There is no other venue in the world that we would have wanted to play to start the next chapter of Twin Atlantic. King Tuts is the heartbeat of music in Glasgow. The venue is legendary.”
— Twin Atlantic (@twinatlantic) June 2, 2016
Continuing, they explained: “This album is about ownership and authenticity. Nothing says that more than the scenes that will happen in that venue on Friday night.”
The last time they played in Glasgow it was at the 10,000 capacity SSE Hydro for their Top 10 album release ‘Great Divide’.
The band are set to play the Isle of Wight Festival, with frontman Sam McTrusty explaining: “It’s rare that we get to make a debut appearance at a festival on UK soil of late, so this one will feel more exciting and memorable than usual. There’s nothing like playing brand new music in a new place.”
Tickets for the King Tuts show are on sale now.