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Wednesday, January 13 2010

Remember to Forget: The Twilight Sad Interview

With the recent release of their second album, the Twilight Sad are poised for that ever-elusive "next level". PopMatters talks with lead singer James Graham about life on the road, and on the dole.


Monday, November 26 2012

The Twilight Sad: No One Can Ever Know: The Remixes

Any attempt to remake and improve on the sullen melodies of No One Can Ever Know is destined to be an exercise in experimentation and, to a lesser extent, homage.

Thursday, February 9 2012

The Twilight Sad: No One Can Ever Know

Scottish brooders turn the shoegaze down, invest in some new technology, and make a record that pushes the limits of their band's well-honed sound.

Sunday, June 27 2010

Mono + The Twilight Sad: 26 May 2010 - Toronto

Probably the best way to describe the live Mono experience is this realization: All evening long, there was a giant gong set up next to the drummer's kit. When he finally hit the gong, no one in the audience could hear it.

Wednesday, September 30 2009

The Twilight Sad: Forget the Night Ahead

Maybe, no matter how strong the Twilight Sad can sound, there's just a ceiling on this kind of expansive rock. Because for all the thunder here, we only get a few lightning strikes.

Monday, April 2 2007

Twilight Sad: Fourteen Autumns and Fifteen Winters

Glasgow's Twilight Sad are neo-shoegazers who could maybe rock the Garden.


Tuesday, October 13 2009

The Twilight Sad: 10 October 2009 - Toronto

The Twilight Sad + We Were Promised Jetpacks + BrakesBrakesBrakes / Words and Pictures by Dave MacIntyre

Wednesday, May 13 2009

The Twilight Sad: 8 May 2009 - Congress Theater, Chicago

Words and Pictures by Kirstie Shanley

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