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More Than Music: Twin Atlantic @ Tramshed


Twin Atlantic are a Scottish alternative band, who are slowly making their way into mainstream music through their ambition and ongoing dedication to their music.

This was the first time I have seen Twin Atlantic live which took place a small arena. They were supported by The Pale Whites who again, are slowly making their way into becoming an everyday name for themselves. I feel like a proud parent really.

The energy supplied by Twin Atlantic threw the crowd around the room, and it was a gig in which it was hard to keep your feet on the ground. Tame mosh pits, which im not going to complain about because im small ,and can’t handle it very well, but also rowdy enough to blow your socks off. (and sweat buckets)

Fist pumping, heart jumping, head banging, singalong show, and every minute was a memory. Being in the arena we were in meant we got super close and it was made even better when the lead singer crowd surfed and I got a cheeky grab of his arm. Damn muscles.

If you are interested in the likes of Biffy Clyro, Deaf Havana and soul clenching rock then I would definitely check these out. They have recently only been brought into my music taste, but have since enchanted my playlists with character.

Here are some pictures…


Also shout out to Harry for the cover photo, cause I wasn’t good enough to get any decent ones..

Not long until my next more than music review, anyone you want me to see?

Lots of love,


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    18/06/2018 at 1:52 pm

    Think they have been part of the mainstream for years now

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      19/06/2018 at 5:19 pm

      mainstream yes but not that well known was my point 🙂

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    19/06/2018 at 7:17 pm

    ooooh this looks like a fun night! I love live music and I totally get what you mean about feeling proud of a band you like when they start becoming more popular!xx

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