REVIEW: Twin Atlantic Descend On Belfast – Here’s The Highlights

Photo: Darren McVeigh, MetalPlanet Belfast

BAM magazine was among the sold out crowd at the world famous Limelight on Sunday night to take in the musical masterclass by Scottish ultramodern indie rock group Twin Atlantic.

Darren McVeigh, MetalPlanet Belfast

Photo: Darren McVeigh, MetalPlanet Belfast

It’s safe to say this group has come a long way since they formed in 2007 and their self produced debut EP track “Audience and Audio”.

Here are some of the incredible highlights from the show.

Slick melodies and infectious lyrics

…with a pumping baseline and spectacular lazer show, Twin Atlantic whipped a sell out crowd into an absolute frenzy at the Limelight, Belfast.

This is a true coming of age for this fearless Scottish ultra modern indie rock band since they first made their mark unleashing their self produced EP track “Audience and Audible” in 2007.

Electrifying support

The support acts help build the atmosphere and by the time Twin Atlantic had taken to the stage, the energy in the room was absolutely electric and exceeded fever pitch.

All about the music

With melodies and lyrics that infect your mind, it’s no suprise why Twin Atlantic have gone from strength to strength. The love between the group and their fans made this gig feel more like an intimate bedroom jam session with friends.

Photo: Darren McVeigh, MetalPlanet Belfast

Photo: Darren McVeigh, MetalPlanet Belfast

The ground-shaking baseline and incredible lighting/lazer production made you feel that you were among thousands at Glastonbury’s Pyramid stage.

What is truly refreshing is that it was obvious that Twin Atlantic love what they do, they ooze swagger and charisma while the music remains their main focus.

Who are they?

Twin Atlantic Scottish ultramodern indie rock group Twin Atlantic. They are noted to be one of the most ambitious, fearless and hard working indie bands to hit the music scene.

Their cover of Cyndi Lauper’s “Girls Just Wanna Have Fun” gained them both critical acclaim and commercial success in equal measure.

If you are luck enough to get a chance to catch the tail end of their UK tour then it is a must. Their new record GLA is out now and is available here: