Twain Debut New Song at Brooklyn Vegan, 2 E.P.s Out 1/25 on Keeled Scales

Twain Debut New Song at Brooklyn Vegan, 2 E.P.s Out 1/25 on Keeled Scales

Twain have shared a new song titled "Death (or S.F.?)." Singer and songwriter Mt. Davidson tells us "this song offers a positive notion of death by drawing upon the familiar experiences of sexual awakening or traveling to an exotic city." Brooklyn Vegan premiered the "warm piano ballad." Twain will be back on the road come February, first touring with critically acclaimed label-mate Buck Meek, then with art pop legends Rubblebucket. Full list of dates is below.


Today's offering comes from 2 E.P.s, a 12" double EP to be released on January 25 via Keeled Scales (Secretly Distribution). The 13-track collection represents two distinct moments in Twain's recording history. Side A is New Miami Sound, unreleased material from the Rare Feeling album sessions. Side B is Alternator, an intimate recording of Davidson performing a selection of his songs in a van; it is the first fully solo Twain music to be released on vinyl.

Twain first drew fervent attention with label debut Rare Feeling from critics and artists alike, Big Thief hailing Davidson as "an artist of the deepest importance to us, a voice for the ineffable that must be heard" and Bob Boilen of NPR noting "a quirky kind of good." Davidson (Low Anthem, Spirit Family Reunion) spent 2018 on the road, touring the U.S. alongside Langhorne Slim, Horse Feathers and Buck Meek among others, supporting Courtney Marie Andrews across Europe, and making his Luck Reunion and Newport Folk Festival debuts. Demand for his devastatingly raw stage presence continues to build worldwide.

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