“If ever there was a record to break winter’s cold snap and beckon the glorious warmth of Spring, then ‘Range Anxiety’ is it – full of brilliant sunbursts that’ll have the windows rolled down in no time at all.” DIY

“The band expertly layers in dream pop guitars, chunky bass, and steady percussion, methodically upping the volume and tempo second by second.” Consequence of Sound

“This Melbourne quartet are wilier than you might think, with a sharp sense of melody and more than a few tricks up their frayed sleeves.” Pitchfork

“A bit jangly, a bit shambling, with shades of the 60s via C86, with a little Flying Nun flavour.” The Guardian

“I Don’t Mind,” sounds like a flashback to the slack, shambling, lo-fi glimmer-jangle of some of the best mid-’90s indie rock. Stereogum

“They pull off charming pop that sounds tender and thrilling at the same time.” Paste Magazine

“Let it never be said that indie rock is dead with bands like Twerps around.” PopMatters

Melbourne’s Twerps released their Merge full-length debut Range Anxiety earlier this month and have just announced their European tour in May – they will be playing at the Great Escape.

UK dates below:
May 15, Brighton – The Great Escape
May 16, Bristol – Start the Bus
May 17 Manchester – The Eagle
May 18 London – Shacklewell Arms

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