20th April 2013

Price : €14.00 (including booking)

ADDRESS

The Workman's Club, 10 Wellington Quay, Temple Bar, Dublin

CONTACT

+35316706692
info@theworkmansclub.com

WEB

www.thetwilightsad.com

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The Twilight Sad

No One Can Ever Know is the third studio album by Scottish indie rock band The Twilight Sad, released by Fat Cat Records on 6 February 2012 in the UK, and a day later in the US. The album was produced by the band with assistance and advice from producer Andrew Weatherall, who helped the band in experimenting with analog synthesizers. No One Can Ever Know marks a shift in the band's "wall of sound" approach towards a darker, more industrial-influenced sound. Guitarist Andy MacFarlane describes the album's sound as "sparser... with a colder, slightly militant feel," inspired by artists such as Cabaret Voltaire, Public Image Ltd, Can, Liars, Autechre, and Magazine.

“Purer than innocence and richer than gold, No One Can Ever Know confirms that The Twilight Sad are simply too good to remain a-little-less-than-well-known outside the restrictive realms of slightly-less-than-world-conqering 'zines.” – Drowned in Sound 8/10

No. 9 Best Album of 2012 – The Skinny

Video: The Room

Ticket Information:

Tickets €14.00 (including booking) from www.tickets.ie & www.ticketmaster.ie

The Twilight Sad

20th April 2013

Price : €14.00 (including booking)

ADDRESS

The Workman's Club, 10 Wellington Quay, Temple Bar, Dublin

CONTACT

+35316706692
info@theworkmansclub.com

WEB

www.thetwilightsad.com

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No One Can Ever Know is the third studio album by Scottish indie rock band The Twilight Sad, released by Fat Cat Records on 6 February 2012 in the UK, and a day later in the US. The album was produced by the band with assistance and advice from producer Andrew Weatherall, who helped the band in experimenting with analog synthesizers. No One Can Ever Know marks a shift in the band's "wall of sound" approach towards a darker, more industrial-influenced sound. Guitarist Andy MacFarlane describes the album's sound as "sparser... with a colder, slightly militant feel," inspired by artists such as Cabaret Voltaire, Public Image Ltd, Can, Liars, Autechre, and Magazine.

“Purer than innocence and richer than gold, No One Can Ever Know confirms that The Twilight Sad are simply too good to remain a-little-less-than-well-known outside the restrictive realms of slightly-less-than-world-conqering 'zines.” – Drowned in Sound 8/10

No. 9 Best Album of 2012 – The Skinny

Video: The Room

Ticket Information:

Tickets €14.00 (including booking) from www.tickets.ie & www.ticketmaster.ie

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