Twerps share ‘Shoulders’ from Forthcoming Album Range Anxiety

December 17, 2014
Benjamin Lichtenstein

Benjamin Lichtenstein

“Shoulders” is the gentle closer to Side A of Range Anxiety, the new full-length from Melbourne’s Twerps out 2nd February via Merge Records. Brooklyn Vegan premiered the track, and said Range Anxiety is, “a terrific album and folks who enjoy The Go Betweens, The Bats and The Pastels, Real Estate or just catchy, understated guitar pop.”

Additional previews of songs on Range Anxiety can be found in this charming album trailer shot with singer-guitarist Marty Frawley, which Wondering Sound says, “is the perfect combination of earnest and witty, salty and sincere — just like the band’s music.” Last month, the quartet announced the record along with a music video for “Back To You”.

Twerps recently announced US tour dates, including a stop at SXSW, as well as their Australian support for The War on Drugs, Belle and Sebastian, and Stephen

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