Twin Hidden – A Berry Bursts review

I’m often one to describe Everything Everything as a gateway band to experimental music, and Twin Hidden, a duo of Matthew Shribman and Sam Lea who take influence from the four-piece, would be fairly described with this vague genre. In truth, it’s hard to directly pigeonhole the music the pair create, with an earthy, rustic sound blossoming in their percussion and winding into the vocals that pulse through the instrumentation, which in itself often whirls and spirals without agenda, only exemplifying the natural chaos they capture so well on record.

A Berry Bursts follows of from the debut single Join Hands which saw the London/Oxford duo receive a flurry of attention of worldwide blogs. The last year has seen the best friends hone in on their skills as multi-instrumentalists, producers and songwriters, working among a larger group of musicians as well as a pair. This dedication and attention to detail has certainly paid off, throwing you in at the deep end from the opening seconds and only gaining momentum as the song develops.

You can watch the music video for A Berry Bursts below.

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