The Twin Souls are a duet, indeed, but it’s mostly a sibling duet. The young Marcos brothers, Martin and Guilhem, didn’t have to search the good line-up for a long time, it was there, obvious like an elephant in the room, after they experienced the trio format with The Strings.
They are in a closely-bonded relashionship, as if they where twins, and the recording studio and the stage are their playground.
The Black Keys, T.Rex, Led Zeppelin, Jack White and The Raconteurs are not far from sight. The two brothers have a strong artistic culture, a pronounced and assumed taste for the vintage techniques, sounds and vibe that they modernize. They patiently and elegantly tie all those stitches, just like one would sew a high fashion suit.
The Twin Souls rely on the freedom of creation, they play instinctively to celebrate Rock music. They’re inhabitted by a young and wild spirit, “Life has just begun” (“Till I Did What You Know”), by the urge for love (“All For You”). The ephemerality “Thoughts are runninh fast and my mind can’t get sleep” (“It’s All In Your Mind”) in a world that questions them “Sometimes see the life as a dead end street” (“Dead End For The Livings”).
The four remarkable tracks from the EP “The Twin Souls” are available since today, May 24th, via MAD/[PIAS].