This Twin Peaks article was written by Adam Skirving, a GIGsoup contributor. Header photo by Pooneh Ghana. Edited by Zoe Anderson.
The album was recorded on reel-to-reel tape, is co-produced by the band and longtime collaborator R. Andrew Humphrey, and mixed by John Agnello – who has previously worked with Kurt Vile and Sonic Youth.
It is the first new Twin Peaks music since their 2015 Record Store Day 7″ release ‘In the Morning (In the Evening)/Got Your Money’ and 2014 LP ‘Wild Onion’.
The track listing is as follows:
01 Walk To the One You Love
02 Wanted You
03 My Boys
05 You Don’t
06 Cold Lips
07 Heavenly Showers
08 Keep It Together
09 Getting Better
10 Holding Roses
13 Have You Ever?
A track from the album, ‘Walk To The One You Love’ is available to listen to now:
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A press release on Grand Jury claims that: “Whether sneering or pleading, aggressive or impatient, the thirteen tracks of “Down In Heaven” are a continuation of the bands path and an eschewing of previous comparisons. It is a record all about feel: heartbreak, forgiveness, anger, jubilation, reinvention, growth.”
They have also announced a string of UK live shows:
‘Down In Heaven’ is released 13th May via Communion