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Noir jazz meets midnight blues in the music of Twin Danger – an intriguing new group formed by Beast Patrol vocalist Vanessa Bley and Sade multi-instrumentalist Stuart Matthewman - whose self–titled, co-produced and co-written debut album will be issued by Decca/Universal Music Classics.
Bound by a mutual love for contrasting musical influences, spanning Black Sabbath to Chet Baker to iconic film scores, Twin Danger updates a classic sound in a contemporary style with such captivating Bley/Matthewman originals as “Pointless Satisfaction,” “Just Because,” “Sailor,” and “Coldest Kind of Heart.” The album sessions also yielded one surprising cover song, a distinctively different interpretation of the hard–rock track “No One Knows” by Queens of the Stone Age.
On their approach to the album, Bley notes, "We're making music to get lost in. It's warm and beautiful but there are dark undercurrents revealing fundamental issues of the self. That's what makes it Twin Danger. We like to fit into that category of what you want to play when the lights go down."
Twin Danger Twin Danger Track Listing:
1. Pointless Satisfaction
2. Coldest Kind of Heart
3. I Love Loving You
4. Just Because
5. No One Knows
7. In Many Ways
8. Save it
9. When It Counts
10. Take It From My Eyes