The Twilight Sad

The Twilight Sad comprises James Graham (vocals), Andy MacFarlane, (guitar/electronics) and Mark Devine (drums/keyboard).

Forming in late 2003, the band played a couple of early shows at Glasgow’s 13th Note. They created half hour pieces of music utilising guitars, bass, drums, theremin, tape loops from films and old folk and country songs, effects pedals, toy keyboards, thumb pianos, computer games and various other ephemera. Subsequently withdrawing to the studio to refine their sound, and rejecting any live shows offered, the band underwent a gradual metamorphosis into a more traditional, but still sonically adventurous outfit, with a more overt inclination towards emotive, eloquent song. At this time Craig Orzel played bass in the band, but left in 2010, amicably – for personal reasons.





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The Twilight Sad - Nobody Wants To Be Here & Nobody Wants To Leave - Òran Mór Session

Taken from the Òran Mór Session

one week ago
The Twilight Sad - I Became A Prostitute

Twilight Sad performing “I Became A Prostitute”. Filmed live at The Edinburgh Fringe for the Vic Galloway show.

one month ago
The Twilight Sad - It Never Was The Same (The Muzine Sessions)

The Twilight Sad - It Never Was The Same - THE MUZINE SESSIONS. Recorded at EKKO, Utrecht (NL) for TV

about 6 months ago
The Twilight Sad - Live at Pie And Vinyl [Part 1]

The Twilight Sad perform acoustically at Southsea’s Pie And Vinyl as part of their Instore Tour.

6 months ago
The Twilight Sad - Live, Acoustic at Spiller’s Records, Cardiff

The Twilight Sad perform “I Became A Prostitute” at Spiller’s Records Cardiff, Wales, 11th February 2015 as part of their Record Shop Tour.

6 months ago
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