Twin Peaks seems to woo audiences wherever it goes. Comprised of five longtime friends from Chicago, the band has enjoyed steady growth with its raucous, guitar-forward indie rock. Incorporating elements of '60s garage, retro-rock, punk and melodic power pop, the boys keep things exciting with three guitars and a strong dose of bass, and all members taking a turn at lead vocals. The result is a high-energy live show that will have fans screaming along until its sweaty, happy end.
Twin Peaks performed at Twin Peaks' third album, Down in Heaven, released in spring 2016, sees the band's songwriting continue to mature as they mix their party-rock standards with heartfelt love songs for an album that is as well-rounded as it is appealing.
The band recorded the double LP Urbs in Horto live in 2016 at Chicago's Metro and Thalia Hall, and released it in 2017. In it, fans can hear how the band's live shows retain a loose, rowdy enthusiasm even as the songwriting tightens. Truly master of mixing up-tempo and down-tempo, Twin Peaks is like a stray dog - rough around the edges, yet oh-so-lovable.
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