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NEWS: Die Twice Release coming of age Single, ‘Paris’

Exeter’s riotous alt- rock quartet Die Twice have just released their stunning urban new single, ‘Paris’ introducing an ambitious new phase for the band. Smoky, velvet, and rich with sophistication ‘Paris‘ is a French noir anthem fit for the silver screen. The track’s show-stopping crescendo will leave fans eager for an encore. Delivering midnight reveries alongside a smoky overture of Black Sabbath-inspired guitar.

With soaring vocals, duelling guitars, funked up beats and punk rock bass, coupled with a lyricism that belies their young age, Die Twice are gearing up to release the first of a six-track run and for a nationwide tour, as the four-piece look to prove themselves as British music’s new likely lads.

Olly Bayton of Die Twice said, “Paris itself isn’t the muse, but the starting point for a journey. Jake and I wrote the song after our first trip to the French capital, which incidentally was our first trip abroad without parents. It feels to us like an escape from juvenile fear through experience and reflection, and a bit of a rite of passage!”

‘Paris’ was produced by Ru Lemer (Foals, Tom Grennan, Nile Rodgers) and mastered by GRAMMY-certified Mack Woodward (Michael Jackson, Maroon 5, Beyonce and Whitney Houston). With this in mind, expect a hypnotic, vintage yet refreshed sound that transports listeners to an era when rock ‘n’ roll reigned supreme.

Though the music retains countless nods to a long list of legendary artists before them, Die Twice remain determined to carve out their own unique path. Soaring vocals, duelling guitars, funked up beats and punk rock bass take on a life of their own, and the band’s lyricism defies their young 19 years as they begin to reflect on profound human experiences. 

Die Twice have already filled Islington’s The Grace, The Exeter Phoenix, as well as multiple other venues across the country, with the band now building a fast-growing legion of fans from their explosive live performances. With a forthcoming UK tour, plus a string of summer festival slots, Die Twice set their sights on a busy 2024.

Die Twice have already amassed a dedicated following in their hometown for their explosive live shows, selling out the 500 capacity Exeter Phoenix just one year after their first gig. They are set to repeat this up and down the country in 2024 with a string of shows and festival appearances throughout the summer.

Having worked with the likes of Paul Weller’s guitarist Steve Cradock and GRAMMY award-winning Roger Lomas, and with influences from Jeff Buckley and Zeppelin, to The Arctic Monkeys, blues, pop and just a hint of Math rock, Die Twice create something that is wholly their own.



4th: Albert’s Shed, Southwater

5th: Loop Fest, Shropshire

6th:Exeter Phoenix, Exeter

22nd: The Peer Hat, Manchester

23rd: Paper Dress Vintage, London

25th:The Big Retreat Festival, Pembrokeshire

28th: The Louisiana, Bristol

30th: Exeter Phoenix, Exeter


1st: The Cornish Bank, Falmouth

2nd: Great Estate Festival, Redruth

7th: The Dead Famous Late Night, Liquor Lounge, Newquay 


7th: The Dead Famous Late Night, Liquor Lounge, Newquay 

6th: Sign of the Times Festival, Hertfordshire

21st: Urban Van Fest, Lewes

27th:Rock Oyster Festival, Wadebridge


1st:Wilderness, Charlbury

9th: Boardmasters, Newquay 

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