The Twang celebrate the release of their new album, ‘Jewellery Quarter’, with two free in-store appearances at hmv stores starting with a signing session at hmv’s High Street store in the band’s hometown Birmingham on Monday 3rd August 2009.
When the Twang released their debut album “Love It When I Feel Like This”, the boys from Quinton seemingly rocketed from nowhere to the moon….and back in scarily quick time. Now, two years later, the lads with more swagger than the Gallaghers are back and tonight they screamed onto the tiny stage in a very packed Rainbow. Within seconds the air was thick with premium lagers and testosterone as Phil Etheridge asked, “Is this Birmingham? Well let’s have a little party then!”
As a taster for what is to come The Twang are playing 3 very special intimate shows in the West Midlands to showcase their new tracks. These dates are a rare chance to see the The Twang since a sold out and exuberant Birmingham Academy hometown show during Christmas 2007.
The Twang, are currently putting the finishing touches to a new album due in the Spring of 2009 with the working title of ‘Not Tonight, It’s Monday’. These shows will be the first opportunity for fans to hear tracks from the new album and singer Phil Etheridge can’t wait to get back in front of the fans:
“Playing live is what it’s all about, we’re all just itching to get back out on it now and start playing the new tunes to people. February’s gonna be party time!”