Toronto-based band Twist‘s debut album titled Spectral comes out about three years after the band’s original formation and has been in the making throughout most of this time. Recorded over such a large span of time Spectral is clearly an album about growth and change – it is meant to show the artists’ evolution and awareness of a range of emotions and experiences.
It consists of songs mostly drawn from Please Please Me, their first LP released in the United Kingdom. This album, like its parent album, contains both original Beatles songs, as well as covers (including its namesake, Twist and Shout), denoted in the track listing.
We’ve been eagerly anticipating the debut album from Twist, the Toronto band led by Laura Hermiston and featuring Holy Fuck’s Brian Borchedt. And now Spectral is here for the listening, four days before its official release date. The album puts an electronic spin on poppy rock music without losing its essential guitar-based essence, plucking classic sounds ranging from Hole to the Jesus And Mary Chain and updating them for the digital age.
Mark Anthony Brennan. There is a lot to like about the eleven tracks that make up Twist’s ‘Spectral’ album, but the one thing that stands out is the songs themselves - they have such personality. They can be adorable, they can startle, they can be impudent.
Download Twist - Where to Lie. Go back. Spectral: Best 2 songs. Twist - Sin Monster 03:52. Twist - Keep You Under 03:17. Twist: best 2 tracks. Twist - Sin Monster Spectral, 2016 03:52. Twist - Keep You Under Spectral, 2016 03:17.
|6||Keep You Under||3:17|
|7||Slums And Seaports||3:41|
|10||Too Much Trouble||3:49|
|11||Where To Lie||2:37|
|BR043||Twist||Spectral (CD, Album, Promo)||Buzz Records||BR043||Canada||2016|
|BR043||Twist||Spectral (Cass, Album)||Buzz Records||BR043||Canada||2016|