Twin Danger to Release Debut Album in April
Fri, 27 Feb 2015 10:32:27
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Twin Danger bring the sexy time! They also make music for when the lights dim and the heat of the bodily sort goes up!
Twin Danger, the darkly sexy new brainchild of Stuart Matthewman, the co-founder and multi-instrumentalist of Sade, and vocalist Vanessa Bley of Brooklyn-based alt-rock outfit Beast Patrol, will release their self-titled debut album April 21.
The music is moody, brooding and noir-like. To say we "love" it would be an understatement.
Bound by a mutual love for contrasting musical influences, spanning Black Sabbath to Chet Baker to iconic film scores, Twin Danger meld noir jazz with midnight blues and cinematic grooves.
On the album, Vanessa's smoldering vocals and Stuart's smooth saxophone infuse a classic sound with contemporary style on 11 captivating originals. The album sessions also yielded one surprising cover, a distinctively different interpretation of the hard-rock single "No One Knows" by Queens of the Stone Age.
On their approach to the album, the velvet-voiced Vanessa notes, "We're making music to get lost in. It's warm and beautiful but there are dark undercurrents revealing fundamental issues of the self. That's what makes it Twin Danger. We like to fit into that category of what you want to play when the lights go down."
Oooh, sexy! And that is definitely the "lights out" category.
No need to wait until April. Hear the song "Coldest Kind of Heart" below.
Coldest Kind of Heart
I Love (Loving You)
When It Counts
In Many Ways
Past Yet Untold
No One Knows / Original Artist: Queens of the Stone Age
Take It From My Eyes
Did you feel the chill of the "Coldest Kind of Heart?"