Twin Sister reveal UK Shows w/ Real Estate and Trailer Trash Tracys

Twin Sister new photo credit Shawn Brackbill

Twin Sister and Real Estate will be performing a one-off joint headline show at The Garage in London on 25th October, with Double Six’s latest signing Trailer Trash Tracys as support. Full details are as follow: Domino + Rockfeedback present: Twin Sister/Real Estate with special guests Trailer Trash Tracys on 25th October – The Garage (20-22 Highbury Corner, London, N5 1RDI.) All current tickets for Twin Sister’s show, originally scheduled for the same night at Cargo are now valid for The Garage. All further tickets for this event will go on sale at 9am on Friday 2nd September at a new ticket price of £9.50. Ticket links:

Twin Sister’s debut album ‘In Heaven‘ is released on 26th September but can be pre-ordered on the following link: You can watch their video for ‘Bad Street’ here: The Long Island five-piece’s full UK & Irish tour dates are: 

Tue 25 Oct 2011           UK    LONDON    THE GARAGE

Wed 02 Nov 2011         UK    BRIGHTON    JAM

Fri 04 Nov 2011            UK    OXFORD    JERICHO

Sat 05 Nov 2011            UK    BRISTOL    START THE BUS

Sun 06 Nov 2011           UK    LIVERPOOL    MOJO

Mon 07 Nov 2011          UK    MANCHESTER    DEAF INSTITUTE

Wed 09 Nov 2011         UK    GLASGOW    CAPTAINS REST

Thu 10 Nov 2011           UK    EDINBURGH    SNEAKY PETES

Fri 11 Nov 2011            UK    BELFAST    BUILD FESTIVAL

Sat 12 Nov 2011            IRELAND    DUBLIN    THE GRAND SOCIAL.

Real Estate release their first album for Domino, ‘Days‘ on 17th October. You can download their single, ‘It’s Real’, for free on:–offer-free-download/. The band, consisting of Martin Courtney, Matt Mondanile and Alex Bleeker, will be performing further UK shows in October, details TBA shortly. Trailer Trash Tracys’ debut LP is due for release in January 2012. You can download a taster track ‘Dies In 55’ here:

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