The Twang - If Confronted Just Go Mad: Album review
‘If Confronted Just Go Mad’, is the fifth studio album from The Twang, and their most recent effort since their last album was released back in 2014.
The Twang’s usual sound is like that of ’90’s indie music, but with this latest album they bring with them an up-to-date pop feel, which wouldn’t usually be associated with The Twang.
Throughout 2019 they have been touring with Shed Seven, and released the first track from the album ‘Everytime’ back in the summer.
This is a catchy number and was perfect for barbecue season. It gets the album started in a new direction, just as they have desired.
Tracks such as ‘Lovin State’, ‘Time Waits’ and ‘Tinseltown In The Rain’ fill the listener with the constant message throughout of ‘if I get knocked down, then get back up again’.
This new album also now features vocals from both males and females, so it definitely gives it a completely different feel.
If you are a die-hard follower of the band you’ll love it and, if you’ve never heard of them before, then it is worth a listen.
Be warned, however, there is some offensive language.
The album is out now.
Reviewed by Holly Barrett
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