The Lemon Twigs release new song

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Discover “They Don’t Know How To Fall In Place”, the new single from The Lemon Twigs, with which they announce their next album.

The Lemon Twigs had promised surprises for 2024 and did not lie. Indeed, here is “They Don’t Know How To Fall In Place”, their new single. The clip, directed by Ambar Navarro, is available via the player below:

The surprise does not come alone, since the D’Addario brothers take the opportunity to announce the release of their next album. Scheduled for May 3, it will be titled A Dream Is All We Know and will include “My Golden Years”, revealed at the very beginning of the year. The Lemon Twigs took the opportunity to combine their glam rock veneer with influences drawn from the Beatles, in particular borrowing their taste for strong vocal harmonies.

This disc was recorded, mixed and mastered by Brian and Michael D’Addario themselves, using only vintage equipment. In addition to maintaining their passion for old school rock and pop, they show that the time spent perfecting their artistic message is paying off.

They have not yet announced any concerts in France for 2024.


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