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Lyrics Artists: T Twin Atlantic Brothers And Sisters. About Brothers And Sisters lyrics. Album Great Divide (2014) by Twin Atlantic. Label Red Bull Records. Jacknife Lee, Twin Atlantic. Jacknife Lee, Gil. The Lyrics for Brothers and Sisters by Twin Atlantic have been translated into 4 languages Are you still out there? Are you still out there? Because enough is enough, I'm finished with love, But. Twin Atlantic Twin Atlantic is an alternative rock band from Glasgow, Scotland. The band is composed of Sam McTrusty (lead vocals, rhythm guitar), Barry McKenna (lead guitar, cello, backing vocals), Ross McNae (bass guitar, piano, backing vocals) and Craig Kneale (drums, percussion, backing vocals). Check out Brothers and Sisters by Twin Atlantic on Amazon Music. Stream ad-free or purchase CD's and MP3s now on Amazon.co.uk. Lyrics and video for the song Brothers And Sisters by Twin Atlantic - Songfacts. Toggle navigation.
‘Brothers and Sisters‘ has been offering us a second taste of Twin Atlantic‘s new album ‘Great Divide‘ since the end of June, and now the track has been given an official video which can be viewed in full on Live4ever by clicking on the snapshot below.
‘Great Divide‘ is all set for release on August 18th through Red Bull Records, and was laid down largely at the famous Rockfield Studios in Wales with the help of producers Gil Norton and Jacknife Lee.
“90% of Great Divide was written in the back of the tour bus,” frontman Sam McTrusty has previously said. “Our adrenaline was through the roof because, for the first time, thousands of people had come to see us. You can’t hear 10,000 people singing a chorus back at you and not be changed by it.”
The single precedes its parent album by a week, and will be heard at the Belsonic and Reading/Leeds festivals the very same month.
Brothers And Sisters Twin Atlantic
Released in July 2014, “Brothers & Sisters” is the 3rd single off of Great Divide, the 3rd studio album by Twin Atlantic
Definitely digging this new album from Glasgow, Scotlanders Twin Atlantic. I am listening to it and trying to figure out if it is better than their fantastic 2011 album Free but I really can’t make a decision either way. The new album is killer and 3rd single “Brothers & Sisters” is definitely one of the standout songs and shows musical progression from the band. This single comes off the heals of a successful first single “Heart and Soul”, the video of which can be seen below. There you have it, two great songs from Twin Atlantic, now go listen to the rest of the album and also dive into their first two albums. Great alternative rock band with a genuine identity.
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“I’m talking to my brothers and sisters, I miss the conversations between us,
There’s nothing wrong with being a dreamer,
So where are you now?
Please don’t drift off, and leave me here in a sea of weird,
Don’t be fake mate, cause you’ll lose that love,
You’ll forget the point and the power of words”