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Twin Forks - An Introduction To Twin Forks Album

Twin Forks - An Introduction To Twin Forks Album

MP3 2496 mb. | FLAC 1170 mb. | WMA 1824 mb.

Performer: Twin Forks
Title: An Introduction To Twin Forks
Style: Folk, Indie Rock
Category: Rock / Folk - World
Rating: 4.9
Label: NoiseTrade


1Back To You2:51
2Cross My Mind3:34
3Good And Slow4:27
4Kiss Me Darling2:59


CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
noneTwin Forks An Introduction To Twin Forks ‎(4xFile, MP3, Smplr, 192)NoiseTradenone2014


New version which replaces the Taylor Swift-cover "Mean" with another song "Cross My Mind".


Twin Forks is the eponymously titled debut studio album from Folk rock band Twin Forks. Produced by Ammar Malik and Robopop, the album was released on February 25, 2014, through Dine Alone Records. On February 20, 2014, USA Today premiered the album and listeners were allowed to stream it in its entirety. Twin Forks. Released 2014. An Introduction To Twin Forks Tracklist. Back to You new version of is available, to keep everything running smoothly, please reload the site. An Introduction To Twin Forks. Play album. Get album. Twin Forks on Audiotree Live - Twin Forks. Лента с персональными рекомендациями и музыкальными новинками, радио, подборки на любой вкус, удобное управление своей. Your Rating. Overview . Twin Forks - Twin Forks 2014. To favorites 2 Download album. Listen album. Indie Rock Pop-Folk Indie Folk. Songs in album Twin Forks - Twin Forks 2014. Twin Forks - Can't Be Broken. Twin Forks - Cross My Mind. Twin Forks - Back To You. Twin Forks - Kiss Me Darling. Twin Forks - Scraping Up The Pieces. Twin Forks - Something We Just Know. Twin Forks - Danger. Twin Forks - Reasoned And Roughened. Twin Forks - Plans. Features Song Lyrics for Twin Forks's An Introduction to Twin Forks album. Good and Slow Lyrics. Back to You Lyrics. Twin Forks Lyrics provided by . Do you like this album Leave a review. In the Know. All Music News . Popular Twin Forks Lyrics. Twin Forks - Twin Forks review: Chris Carrabba's new outfit has created a contrived, and quite frankly insulting, attempt to ride the coattails of a dying trend. Carrabba and the rest of Twin Forks are smart enough to use the same beats that every other indie-folk band employs making every song relentlessly clappable by way of inserting claps in almost every song. Lyrically, Carrabba seems to have actually regressed from his days in Dashboard, where he could actually get the listener to feel back then it seemed as if he was genetically created to emote