Durham based Twister have released a new song ‘Trees’, taken from their recently released mini-album ‘Designed State of Mind’, which came out 10th October.
Twister have a natural ability to connect with the audience and are renowned for giving an amazing show every time they perform. With a set list of rock/pop anthems and a dedicated following, Twister are going for it and are ready for the ride of their life.
The band entered the Surface Unsigned Festival in which they came 2nd out of 12,000 bands at the London final. They are a high energy, young and exciting four piece, pop/rock band from the North East of the UK, fronted by charismatic Stevie Stoker, who certainly knows how to work a crowd.
So far during their time, Twister have played with household names including Status Quo, Simple Minds, Texas, Scouting for Girls, Jools Holland, The Joy Formidable and are frequently the headline act in music venues such as the O2 Academies. As well as supporting and performing alongside Guns ’n’ Roses Guitarist Ron Thal (Bumblefoot) on his 2015 tour of the UK.
Twister released ‘This Isn’t Wonderland’ in 2014 which is available on ITunes and Amazon, along with their latest album.
With recent plays on Kerrang! radio and many other radio stations across the UK, you are going to be hearing a lot more of them in the future.