"There are so many bands writing creative music today, that it’s quite nearly impossible to get to hear them all. With that in mind, I’d like to remind you about the Canadian act, Twin Library. I’ve written about the group before, and as I’m always stalking my favorites, I was made aware that they’ve just put up a great new album, Historical Tumblers. Personally, this track is one of my favorites on the record, though it’s also one of the shorter numbers; it’s a very simple bit of melody that draws me in every time.”
Austin Town Hall, April 2014
A song from the new Twin Library album (Spring 2014)
The second single from the forthcoming Twin Library album “The Midwest Kicks” (early Spring 2014)
"really subtle indie rock with quiet melodies and memorable lyrics, making the perfect soundtrack for the gently sweeping change in Fall weather"
Austin Town Hall, September 2013
"Twin Library are chemists, experimenting and tweaking the formula that results in their incredibly sophisticated and sonically rich songs. They are prolific recorders and their latest release is their finest collection of unconventional pop yet"
Quick Before It Melts, October 2013
Released September 2013: They Were Marked As Targets by Twin Library