Melbourne’s Peak Twins return with their highly-anticipated sophomore album Beloved, following their cult classic self-titled debut released in 2013, which Beat magazine described as “conjur[ing] up a hypnotic and dark beauty”. Founding members Joel Carey and Liam Kenny formed the band in their share house in 2012, and have since expanded to a six-piece live band. Peak Twins have collaborated with beloved Melbourne band Scott and Charlene’s Wedding, and played shows alongside Twerps and Good Morning.
Their upcoming second album, Beloved, out June 28, is a richly-rendered exercise in melodrama and melancholy.
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“Water” is essentially a series of positive affirmations, the chorus of which reminds its listener that no matter how much strength one can muster: “Love don’t come easy at all”. Produced by Jack Farley (Twerps, Beaches).
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