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Twain Premieres “The Sorcerer”

Twain has released the third single from his forthcoming full-length album, Rare Feeling, dueFriday, October 20 on Keeled Scales. Consequence of Sound premiered the track, describing, “Slow drums and leisurely, almost lethargic guitar plucks create a meditative blanket on top of which Twain lays down his rumination on love and death in an ego-centric society.” Songwriter Mt. Davidson provided the blog extensive insight into the exceptionally emotive song, thoughtfully exploring the influences of “Five Martyrs of Ego-Centric Society” upon his artistic perspective. Read the full feature.

Recently, Twain won Manhattan’s heart at a sold-out Bowery Ballroom show with Langhorne Slim. He’ll return to the city for an album release show at Union Pool on October 24, followed by select dates with Buck Meek of Big Thief and a full run with Americana favorites, The Deslondes. All shows are listed below.

STREAM “THE SORCERER”

Davidson said of the “The Sorcerer”: “I really enjoy hearing the varied reactions this song provokes. It was written from an intuitive place and so I am hesitant to try and explain what it means to me, as I think to do so would prevent the listener from having a real personal reaction to it… Just about the greatest thing about writing something is to have someone understand it better than you do yourself. All that aside, I can say that the title is critical in fully understanding the song, and that knowing the natural difference between magic and sorcery is critical in fully understanding the title.”

Support from artists, fans and press alike has flowed in, following Twain’s album announcement.Rare Feeling’s opening track, “Solar Pilgrim,” earned over 100,000 streams in its first month and situated Twain as the #1 Most Posted Artist on Hype Machine.

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Tour Dates:

Album Release Show:

October 24 | Brooklyn, NY @ Union Pool

With Buck Meek of Big Thief:

October 30 | New Haven, CT @ Cafe Nine

November 01 | Burlington, VT @ Radio Bean’s Light Club Lamp Shop

November 02 | Portland, ME @ The Apohadion Theater

Supporting The Deslondes:

November 07 | Asheville, NC @ Grey Eagle

November 08 | Charlottesville, VA @ The Southern

November 09 | Washington, DC @ Pearl Street Warehouse

November 10 | Philadelphia, PA @ Boot & Saddle

November 12 | Northampton, MA @ Iron Horse Music Hall

November 13 | Cambridge, MA @ Middle East

November 15 | Cleveland, OH @ Beachland Tavern

November 16 | Evanston, IL @ Evanston SPACE

November 17 | Milwaukee, WI @ Colectivo Coffee Back Room

November 18 | Minneapolis, MN @ 7th Street Entry

November 20 | Omaha, NE @ Reverb

November 21 | Kansas City, MO @ Riot Room

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Head Honcho, Editor in Chief and writer here on VENTS. I don't like walking on the beach, but I love playing the guitar and geeking out about music. I am also a movie maniac and 6 hours sleeper.

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