ALL TVVINS ANNOUNCE NEW ALBUM ‘JUST TO EXIST’ RELEASED 12th APRIL FACTION RECORDS
+ SHARE NEW SINGLE ‘BUILD A BRIDGE’
Spurred-on by the phenomenal success of their debut album ‘IIVV’ (2016, Warner Bros. Records) – #2 in the Irish charts with a Choice Music Prize nomination for Irish Album of the Year and over 15 million streams – Irish duo All Tvvins (aka Lar Kaye and Conor Adams) set about working on “
The result is ‘Just To Exist’ the duo’s forthcoming second album full of non-stop electro-synth earworms and All Tvvins’ trademark anthemic hooks, set for release on 12th April via Faction Records.
Now they share a brand new taster track from ‘Just To Exist’, the summery and buoyantly optimistic Build A Bridge (as premiered onBillboard) which takes on a more leftfield and modernist approach to their electro-pop and is described by Adams as “an album high”, as he continues: “I wanted to convey the feeling of a summer evening sunset when you’re driving out in the mountains and anything feels possible.”
The track is accompanied by My Future, an unclassifiable mix of off-kilter indie with sonic elements which recall the current Afrobeats scene and shows that All Tvvins continue to be predictably unpredictable.
These new tracks follow the ‘Just To Exist’ tasters teased out late 2018, the ominous yet seductive Hell of a Party, the sultry and tropical Warm Crush and the muscular funk of Infinite Swim, which touched on Prince, Talking Heads and TV On The Radio while remaining
The singles collectively garnered radio support from Radio X and Amazing Radio (among others) and were added instantly to many key playlists including Spotify (New Music Friday), Apple Music (Best of the Week) and Deezer (Brand New UK). Elsewhere on the
Adam and Kaye credit this new drive and creative energy to the impeccable test and inspiration of James Vincent McMorrow, producer
It is released on 12th April via Faction Records and will be available on CD, vinyl and digitally.
Pre-order ‘Just To Exist’HERE
All Tvvins play their biggest headline show to date at Dublin’s National Stadium on 13th April followed by a UK/European headline tour in May including a gig at Oslo, London and bookended with performances at Irish Independent Park and Indie 19, both in Cork.
Forthcoming UK dates below:
16th May: Oslo, London
17th May: Deaf Institute, Manchester
18th May: King Tuts, Glasgow
19th May: Hyde Park Book Club, Leeds
Full tour dates