Twin Lakes – Wolf Hall Single

Wolf Hall is the third single from Newcastle newcomers Twin Lakes and is set to appear on their upcoming debut EP due out early 2015. Although the band claims influences from overseas acts like The Shins and Silversun Pickups, the jangly guitar leads, echoing reverb and Eddie Garven’s emotional vocals feel descendent, at least spiritually, from Aussie pop acts like Something for Kate or The Church. Garven describes the single as ‘a metaphor for the place where… evil is brewed within our minds and either ignored or acted upon”. While this track is considerably more restrained than their 2013 debut Glacier or its follow-up The Ageing Field, it’s clear the band is honing their pop sensibilities. The melodies on Wolf Hall are definitely stronger, if a little repetitive, and give a good indication that the band may well have a bright future once their long-awaited EP drops.

Twin Lakes is embarking on a regional tour to promote Wolf Hall in December. Catch them here:

Friday, December 12 –  The Cambridge Sidebar, Newcastle
w/ North Arm & The Processors
Doors 8pm / FREE ENTRY

Saturday, December 13 – Smith’s Alternative Bookshop, Canberra
w/ Burrows & Reuben Ingall
Doors 8pm / Tix $10

Friday, December 19 – OAF Gallery Bar, Sydney
w/ North Arm & Nightbug
Doors 8pm / FREE ENTRY

Saturday, December 20 – Dicey Rileys, Woolongong
w/ Air Force Kid, North Arm & Feedback Scars
Doors 8pm / FREE ENTRY

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