Twilight Sad, The

Also known as Twilight Sad
Members of Twilight Sad, The: Andy Macfarlane, Craig Orzel, James Graham, Mark Devine
This performer (group) in the Internet: http://thetwilightsad.com/, http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Twilight_Sad, http://www.facebook.com/thetwilightsad

Discography of Twilight Sad, The:

# Release title Total tracks Type of release is Imprint date Label
1 The Twilight Sad 5 Audio 2006-11-14 FatCat Records
2 Fourteen Autumns & Fifteen Winters 9 Audio 2007-02-00 FatCat Records
3 That Summer, At Home I Had Become The Invisible Boy 2 Audio 2007-04-02 FatCat Records
4 Fourteen Autumns & Fifteen Winters 9 Audio 2007-05-07 FatCat Records
5 That Summer, At Home I Had Become The Invisible Boy 2 Audio 2007 FatCat Records
6 And She Would Darken The Memory 2 Audio 2007 FatCat Records
7 Here, It Never Snowed. Afterwards It Did 6 Audio 2008-06-09 FatCat Records
8 The Twilight Sad Killed My Parents And Hit The Road 11 Audio 2008-12-08 FatCat Records
9 Here, It Never Snowed. Afterwards It Did 6 Audio 2008 FatCat Records
10 Here, It Never Snowed. Afterwards It Did 6 Audio 2008-06-09 FatCat Records
11 I Became A Prostitute 2 Audio 2009-08-03 FatCat Records
12 I Became A... 3 Audio 2009 FatCat Records
13 Forget The Night Ahead 11 Audio 2009-09-22 FatCat Records
14 Forget The Night Ahead 11 Audio 2009-09-22 FatCat Records
15 Seven Years Of Letters 3 Audio 2009 FatCat Records
16 Fourteen Autumns & Fifteen Winters 10 Audio 2007-05-04 FatCat Records
17 Seven Years Of Letters 2 Audio 2009-10-19 FatCat Records
18 The Room 2 Audio 2010-04-05 FatCat Records
19 The Room 4 Audio 2010 FatCat Records
20 The Wrong Car 4 Audio 2010-09-27 FatCat Records
21 The Wrong Car 4 Audio 2010 FatCat Records
22 Fourteen Autumns & Fifteen Winters 9 Audio 2007-04-03 FatCat Records
23 Downstairs 3 Audio 2009-05-00 FatCat Records
24 Forget The Night Ahead 11 Audio 2009-10-05 FatCat Records
25 Demos 9 Audio 2011-04-16 FatCat Records
26 Forget The Night Ahead 11 Audio 2009-10-05 FatCat Records
27 Forget The Night Ahead 11 Audio 2009-09-22 FatCat Records
28 Sick 2 Audio 2011-11-14 FatCat Records
29 No One Can Ever Know 9 Audio 2012-02-06 FatCat Records
30 No One Can Ever Know 9 Audio 2012-02-07 FatCat Records
31 No One Can Ever Know 9 Audio 2012-02-07 FatCat Records
32 No One Can Ever Know 9 Audio 2012-02-06
33 No One Can Ever Know 9 Audio 2012-02-07 FatCat Records
34 No One Can Ever Know 9 Audio 2012-01-00 FatCat Records
35 Another Bed 2 Audio 2012-02-06 FatCat Records
36 Kill It In The Morning 3 Audio 2011-09-00 FatCat Records
37 Another Bed 2 Audio 2012-02-00 FatCat Records
38 Never Tear Us Apart 4 Audio 2011-12-22 Not On Label
39 No One Can Ever Know: The Remixes 9 Audio 2012-12-10 FatCat Records
40 The Remixes 2 Audio 2012-12-00 Fat Cat Records
41 Alphabet/(If You) Keep Me In Your Heart 2 Audio 2013-04-20 FatCat Records
42 No One Can Ever Know 9 Audio 2012 FatCat Records
43 Here, It Never Snowed. Afterwards It Did 6 Audio 2008-06-09 FatCat Records
44 Killed My Parents And Hit The Road 11 Audio 2008-12-00 FatCat Records
45 Live At Paisley Abbey 9 Audio 2014-01-29 FatCat Records
46 No One Can Ever Know 9 Audio 2014-04-08 FatCat Records
47 Fourteen Autumns & Fifteen Winters / Demonstration Recordings 19 Audio 2014-04-19
48 Fourteen Autumns & Fifteen Winters [RSD Deluxe Edition] 17 Audio 2014-05-23 FatCat Records
49 N/O/C/E/K Tour EP 6 Audio 2012-10-12 FatCat Records
50 Nobody Wants To Be Here And Nobody Wants To Leave 10 Audio 2014-10-27 FatCat Records


The Twilight Sad are an indie rock band from Kilsyth, Scotland, formed in 2003 by James Graham (vocals), Andy MacFarlane (guitar), Mark Devine (drums), and Craig Orzel (bass; 2003-2010). Their debut album, [i][r=2501447][/i], was released in April 2007 and drew widespread acclaim from critics, who noted Graham's thick Scottish accent and MacFarlane's dense sonic walls of shoegazing guitar and wheezing accordion. Sessions inspired by stripped-down and reworked live performances yielded the 2008 mini-album, [i][r=1432249][/i].



Their second album, [i][r=1958441][/i] (released in September 2009), was lyrically more personal and musically darker and more streamlined. Recording sessions for the album also produced the mid-2010 EP release [i][r=2476533][/i], which followed the departure of bassist Craig Orzel in February 2010. The Twilight Sad's third album, [i][r=3396888][/i], was released in February 2012 and marked another stylistic shift, with the band citing industrial music and krautrock influences for a darker, sparser sound. The band released their fourth studio album, [i][r=6237639][/i], in October 2014. The trio are augmented during live performances by Johnny Docherty (bass) and Brendan Smith (keyboards), and formerly by [a=Martin Doherty] (keyboards, guitar) between 2008 and August 2012.

The band describes their sound as "folk with layers of noise," and music critics have described the band as "perennially unhappy" and "a band that inject some real emotion and dynamic excitement into a comparatively standard template."


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