Indie rockers The Twilight Sad are to play Strathpeffer Pavilion on the 13th of September.
The band drew the attention with their debut album ‘Fourteen Autumns & Fifteen Winters’, which was re-released on deluxe double vinyl to celebrate Record Store Day earlier this year.
Whilst the band are commonly labelled as anthemic, clearly evidenced by tracks such as ‘Cold Days From The Birdhouse’, “Mapped By What Surrounded Them” and ‘I Became A Prostitute’, they have received much acknowledgement for the evolving nature of their music.
Our reviewer, on seeing their set at the Ironworks way back in 2011, concluded “Nobody left this evening disappointed. Their eardrums paid the price, but I’d bet it was worth it.”
The gig at Strathpeffer follows the inevitable festival slots , including T in the Park and Truck Festival, and will see them on their way to a return to America where they are currently scheduled to play three dates in Autumn.
Support to be announced. Tickets £15 + booking fees go on sale Friday 18 July at 9 am. Information on ticket sales via Strathpeffer Pavilion website.