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Listen: Twin Peaks – “Stand in the Sand”

By ; April 30, 2013 at 6:46 AM 

Twin Peaks

The lead single “Stand in the Sand” from young Chicago garage rockers Twin Peaks bears more than a passing resemblance to the scuzzed-up lo-fi rock of Thee Oh Sees or Ty Segall.  Drawing inspiration as much from these modern peers as they do classic garage bands like The Sonics or The Monks, Twin Peaks blast through this two minute slice of melodic garage fuzz with all the zeal and fervor of someone hearing Fun House for the first time.  Trading in pop licks as often as crunchy riffs, this group of  19-year-olds have an uncanny ability to channel their influences without sounding like later comers to the genre and seem to be having a hell of a time bending garage rock convention to their whims.

Twin Peaks’ debut record Sunken is due July 9th via Autumn Tone.

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