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Go behind the scenes of Twin Atlantic’s new ‘One Man Party’ video

An exclusive look behind the scenes at the band's recent Kelvingrove Art Gallery shoot

By Rolling Stone UK

Twin Atlantic pose at Glasgow's Kelvingrove Art Gallery
Twin Atlantic's Sam McTrusty poses at Glasgow's Kelvingrove Art Gallery (Picture: Craig Kneale)

Twin Atlantic have shared a behind-the-scenes look at their recent music video ‘One Man Party’ for fans. You can watch it exclusively below.

The new video sees the Glaswegian band exploring the historic corridors of the city’s Kelvingrove Art Gallery, where they shot the visuals for the latest track to emerge from upcoming sixth album ‘Transparency’.

“I used to come here as a young boy,” frontman Sam McTrusty explains of the gallery in the new video.

“Now I’m an old boy! I’m gonna run up these stairs and try and slide down this stone bannister without falling fifteen foot to my certain death.”

As McTrusty subsequently reveals, the band shot the video in the dead of the night to ensure that the gallery was free of visitors.

“It doesn’t look it but it’s 2.30AM,” he says. “I’m getting too old for this shit.”

Twin Atlantic’s next album ‘Transparency’ arrives on January 7 and marks the band’s first to be recorded without founding member Craig Kneale.

“After the challenges put in front of everyone in 2020 and 21 I did what I’ve always done in moments of turmoil, stress or anxiety and started to write songs. It slowly evolved into an album and something we feel puts a new stamp on our band which really excites us,” McTrusty said.

Following the release of their new album, Twin Atlantic will then head around the UK on tour to celebrate the 10th anniversary of their second album ‘Free’, where they will play the album in full.

We’ve very rarely ever been a band who look back, but during the lockdown, ‘Free’ turned 10 years old,” McTrusty said of the tour. “It hit another landmark of selling 100,000 copies in the UK. To celebrate that, we wanted to do something in return and finally play an album from start to end live. Can’t wait to see you all there!”

Check out those dates in full below here.

MAY 2022

5 – Dublin, Opium
6 – Belfast, The Limelight
8 – London, Roundhouse
9 – Newcastle, Boiler Shop
11 – Inverness, Ironworks
12 – Glasgow, Barrowland
15 – Leeds, Stylus
17 – Manchester, O2 Ritz
18 – Bristol, O2 Academy
19 – Birmingham, o2 Institute