Much like their name might suggest, TWICEYOUNG are a dichotomy - a potent blend of juxtaposing aesthetics, connected by a singular numbing nostalgia that breath a new light on soaring indie pop. With a flagrant nod to their emphatic punk influences, the Nashville three-piece combine hopeful and heartfelt lyrics with the electronica stylings of contemporary pop artists like James Blake and Sucre to create an honest and unique sound all their own.
Today, the Nashville-based three piece release the third single, "Stay The Same," on Entertainment Weekly. With dream pop sensibilities stacked against a post-punk back bone and gorgeous flourishes of electronica, the tune is a welcome installment to their forthcoming sophomore EP, Prefer You, due Nov 11, and mixed mixed by Chad Howat of Paper Route and produced by Kyle Rictor.
The band are building momentum at an incredible pace, with features from tastemakers like Vice Noisey, NYLON and BullettMagazine, not to mention hype from some of the blogosphere's biggest curators like Indie Shuffle, Hilly Dilly, Pigeons and Planes and more.