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Twin Peaks Live Review & Photos | The Social, Orlando, FL | Tuesday, September 13, 2016

by • September 15, 2016

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The Twin Peaks dudes played a healthy serving of their new album Down in Heaven which, proved to be a groove-rock dream performed live. “Walk To The One You Love”, “Keep it Together”, “Butterfly” were crowd favorites, and should be on your never-ending Florida summer playlist, if they already aren’t. These guys are a five-headed musical monster with four lead singers who are all equally talented, vocally and instrumentally. It’s hard to pick who to watch on stage. There’s a sort of genuine, wholesome feel to their Chicago brand of rock that could have been just as successful in the 70’s. Their DIY art, style, and sound create a aura of nostalgia around your whole face that leaves you feeling High School high. You can’t help but watch TP and smile, unless you’re that girl in front who kept kicking dudes that were moshing. (You kicked my friend in the balls!)

If you’re thinking about going to see Twin Peaks, stop, buy a ticket and see them now. They’re crushing stages everywhere this year on multiple continents. The boys of TP are on the uptick. Some genuinely nice dudes, making genuinely good music, ain’t that all you can ask for?

**Yo, and the bassist of White Reaper spit into the crowd and that shit was really lame and disappointing. If that would’ve been me or any of my friends that were spit upon, there probably would have been a fight.

Twin Peak Live Review by Sean Gray w/ Photos by Sarah Schumaker

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