© 2013 The Devil's Twins
Produced by Sean Killary of soiheardmusic.com
In digital stores everywhere Oct. 15th.
Watch the album trailer:
WATCH THE DEBUT MUSIC VIDEO:
Brother and sister Jeremiah Louf and Nikki Marie made the decision in the fall of 2010 to focus on mischief and rock’n’roll during their final days in art school. After a year and a half of pulling hair, breaking strings and microphones they released their debut album entitled “Handsome Devil’s” under the name coined by their mom "The Devil's Twins" in Spring 2012 on the world’s first ever, hand printed Balsa LP format.
In late 2012 the Twins recruited the hard hitting Ryan P. Manning to retain full time duties on drums as the third man for their second full length entitled “Old Fashioned Mischief."
The sound and live show steals from Chuck Berry and Angus Young-like showmanship, with the ferocity of early punk rock and the melodic vocal harmony of Johnny Cash and June Carter.
“Mischievous, foreboding, and explosive”
“The Boston three-piece takes the best of the blues, hard, classic rock, and even a little R&B, and molds them into a unique, crooked sound that could easily be the soundtrack of any film about a heist or a back-alley drug deal gone bad. With their sound, it’s just implied that something ominous is about to happen. That ominous, foreboding feeling is the feeling of a dastardly smile, a guilty pleasure from listening to something so sinister-sounding, yet so fun at the same time.”
Adam Parshall - AP
“The crooked rock and roll band with the power to make skeletons dance on shallow graves”
Michael Marotta Vanyaland
“Everything is there, the chemistry, the vibe, the rhythm..yes the rhythm is amazing and there isn't even a bass player. My advice is... go to a show see them play grab a copy, and get ready for ride. You won't be able to turn it off.”
- D. Cupps Full Scene Ahead
"The Devil’s Twins manage to sound old fashion and contemporary at the same time"
Marion Ferro of Rock Under the Radar WCAC Radio.
“Catches attention and rocks with energy and poise, it will knock you off your feet. Go see them live, you won’t regret it.”
“Another local band I have to add to my “must see live” list!”
Teenage Riot TV