Twin Atlantic Embarks On Their ’10 Years Of Free’ Tour
‘FREE’ VINYL TO CELEBRATE ALBUM’S 10th ANNIVERSARY
‘10 Years Of Free’ Tour On Sale Now
Scottish-rock powerhouse, Twin Atlantic, celebrate the 10-year anniversary of their seminal BRIT Certified Gold album ‘Free’ with a limited-edition deluxe vinyl. Spawning singles such as ‘Make A Beast Of Myself, ‘Yes I Was Drunk’, and the soundtrack to the astonishing Red Bull Stratos jump, ‘Free’, the album catapulted the Glasgow natives from local clubs to headlining theatres across the world.
“Free is the album that turned music into something we would live for the rest of our lives” the band reminisce. “It holds a special place between carefree youthful hobby and the reason we still get up in the morning. As four people we were silently tuned to the same belief and way of life. This record is us coming together in the most distilled form. It opened the door to so many adventures that are burned into our souls. This is without doubt the most important part of our journey not just as a band but as people.”
Including four previously unreleased live tracks from O2 Academy Glasgow and Glasgow Barrowland, the release of ‘Free’ is the band’s first ever vinyl edition of the album, pressed on a limited-edition blue vinyl, with a limited run signed by all 4 original members.
Track listing Side A
Time For You To Stand Up
Yes, I Was Drunk
Make a Beast of Myself
The Ghost of Eddie
Serious Underground Dance Vibes
Wonder Sleeps Here
We Want Better, Man
Side D (additional unreleased live tracks)
Free (Live from Glasgow Barrowland)
Ghost of Eddie (Live from O2 Academy Glasgow)
Crash Land (Live from O2 Academy Glasgow)
Make a Beast (Live from O2 Academy Glasgow)
The band followed up the release by embarking on their ‘10 Years Of Free’ tour. Tour dates below.
About Twin Atlantic
Soaring Scottish alternative rock outfit Twin Atlantic was formed in the city of Glasgow in 2007 around the talents of Sam McTrusty, Ross McNae, Barry McKenna, and Craig Kneale. The band released Vivarium in 2010 and followed it up with Free in 2011. The following year they were invited to play on the popular Vans Warped Tour in America before returning to the U.K. for a handful of support slots with pop-punk giants blink-182. In 2014 their third album, The Great Divide, was released midway through the year. The band spent much of 2015 playing the major summer music festivals in the U.K., including Glastonbury and T in the Park, and in 2016 they began work on their fourth full-length effort. The album, titled GLA, was released in September 2016. Heralded by the candid, intimate single “Novocaine,” the group returned in 2020 for their fifth LP. Titled ‘POWER’, and inspired by “colours, moods, [and] memories,” it arrived in January 2020. Fast forward to January 2022 and ‘Transparency’ was released to the world, earning the band their fifth consecutive UK Top 40 album.