It is with great, great sadness that I announce Surrey hardcore/punk quartet, Twofold, have split up.
The band, who played over 200 gigs, and supported the likes of Hundred Reasons and Capdown, are bringing an end to their five year career with a final show at The Peel in Kingston on Thursday the 13th of October, which happily coincidies with national John Peel Day.
Although they never made a full album, their blend of punk, hardcore, funk and barbershop quartet harmonies won them fans all over the United Kingdom and gained critical appraise in the country’s music publications.
Those at next Thursday’s show will have the chance to purchase their discography CD which contains tracks from all their releases (including the E.P. “Hammer to the Hornet’s Nest” and split singles with the Lucky Thirteen, Fig 4.0, Bombjacks and GAS Drummers) as well as many other tracks which were a staple of their live sets up until recently.
The CD is also available on the Banquet Records website.