Live Video: Twin Peaks

Live Video
07/21/2016
Zach Frimmel
photo by Amber Knecht (view set)

If the Rolling Stones had started their career in 2014 Chicago, they might have been called Twin Peaks. Having evolved out of their 2010 airy psychedelia origins, the youngsters have released Wild Onion (2014) and Down in Heaven (2016) that demonstrate textures reminiscent of the early 70s era of warm rock 'n' roll hits to produce a new generation of garage songs. The warm, laid-back chemistry exuded by this crew of bluesy rockers is so over-the-top fun to watch that it's almost hard to not want to just shoot the breeze with them all night over drinks instead - almost!

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