Twin Atlantic have confirmed details of fourth album Power and a new label deal.
The band have dropped synth-rock track Novocaine as the lead single. Power features eight songs and two interludes, with the band acknowledging the influence of Depeche Mode and LCD Soundsystem.
A decade into their career, Twin Atlantic established their own studio in Glasgow. After self-funding and producing the album, the band then secured a label deal.
“We just got into a room and started creating,” said singer Sam McTrusty. “The studio as its own instrument reached a new level – we created nothing outside those walls and it became a physical embodiment of the album itself. Power is our own example that there’s always a way forward when you are faced with limitations and red lights. It’s reignited our ambition and drive for what we can achieve. Hearing these songs, that’s what I feel and hear: power. And that’s what the last two years have made us feel as a band: totally empowered.”
Following a main stage performance at Reading & Leeds Festival, as well as supporting The 1975 in Glasgow, Twin Atlantic have announced a March underplay tour, which concludes at London’s Electric Ballroom (March 20).