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Twisted Ankle Share New Single ‘A Bag of Pasta’ – Taken From Forthcoming Album Due Via Breakfast Records

June 19, 2020

Twisted Ankle Share New Single ‘A Bag of Pasta’

Out Via Breakfast Records

Twisted Ankle have shared their latest single ‘A Bag Of Pasta’.

Twisted Ankle have emerged over the last few years as one of the most unique acts in the South-West and one we rave about. Described as a strange mix of post-punk, dissonant jazz and macabre humour, they’ve long been a prominent fixture on the live circuit, supporting Mclusky, JOHN and Fraud’s across the last year.

Now the band have unveiled the second single taken from their highly anticipated upcoming debut album, due later this year via Breakfast Records. Watch their new video below:

‘I’ve got a bag of pasta’- the opening lyrics to this obscure new release from Twisted Ankle. If you can’t find yourself hooked on the opening lyrics then the brashy instrumentation is enough to captivate your full attention.

The new track ‘A Bag Of Pasta’ starts with a dwindling pace, an intriguing atmosphere instantly created before intrusive noise elements are added to this complex composition. It’s angular, chunky, and abrasive. Playful yet buoyant harmonies sweep across this aggressive arrangement. Twisted Ankle put a spin on their own unique abysmal rock to make their music enthrall.

As we’ve said before, Back in 2016 we first saw a live performance from Twisted Ankle and it blew us away. This trio are a disgustingly heavy yet vivacious act. With the heaviness and aggression reminiscent to the likes of Daughters, and the power that RATM contributed, it feels like Twisted Ankle are about to cause some kind of revolution- now with the new release, their latest effort solidifies that statement.  

Each track we get to hear from the forthcoming album shares a whole new approach for this act, they’ve captured their dark and twisted developments into an appealing yet abrasive must-hear record.



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