The Lemon Twigs, brothers Brian (19) and Michael (17) D’Addario from Long Island, have shared details of their album Do Hollywood plus a new video for single ‘These Words’.
Released on 14th October 2016, Do Hollywood is the D’Addario brothers’ debut album, recorded in Los Angeles, California with production by Jonathan Rado of Foxygen. Brian and Michael have been playing rock music since they were old enough to walk and talk, mastering every instrument they could get their hands on and writing and performing everything together (they alternate writing credits and instruments on Do Hollywood). Mining inspiration from every era of rock, they have crafted richly sophisticated baroque-pop songs into a ten-track tour de force – the perfect introduction to the world of The Lemon Twigs.
The Lemon Twigs are also presenting their first music video for recent single ‘These Words’. Directed by Brook Linder in LA, it casts the brothers as flamboyant 18th Century journeymen navigating their way through modern-day California.
You can pre-order The Lemon Twigs Do Hollywood via the 4AD Store here.
You can pre-order via iTunes here.
Digital orders will receive the singles ‘These Words’ and ‘As Long As We’re Together’ as instant downloads, whilst physical pre-orders made at the 4AD Store and some independent retailers will receive the same tracks as a limited 7” vinyl.
The Lemon Twigs - Do Hollywood
1. I Wanna Prove To You
2. Those Days Is Comin’ Soon
4. Baby, Baby
5. These Words
6. As Long As We’re Together
7. How Lucky Am I?
10. A Great Snake
Currently playing their first shows outside of the US, the D’Addario brothers bolstered by live members Megan Zeankowski (bass) and Danny Ayala (keyboards) will bring their electrifying live performance across north America later this year. They will also play alongside label mates Methyl Ethel and Pixx at 4AD Revue, taking place in September in London (22nd at ICA) and New York (28th at Irving Plaza).
11th – Old Blue Last, London, UK (free entry)
13th – Trans Pecos, Brooklyn NY, US
7th – Mercy Lounge, Nashville TN, US *
8th – Terminal West, Atlanta GA, US *
10th – The Grey Eagle, Asheville NC, US *
12th – The National, Richmond VA, US *
13th – Ottobar, Baltimore MD, US *
22nd – ICA, London, UK (4AD Revue w/ Methyl Ethel + Pixx)
28th – Irving Plaza, New York NY, US (4AD Revue w/ Methyl Ethel + Pixx)
5th – Columbus Theatre, Providence RI, US ^
6th – Brighton Music Hall, Boston MA, US ^
7th – Music Hall of Williamsburg, Brooklyn NY, US ^
8th – The Foundry at the Fillmore, Philadelphia PA, US ^
19th – The Garrison, Toronto ON, US ^
20th – Mahall’s 20 Lanes, Lakewood OH, US ^
21st – Lincoln Hall, Chicago IL, US ^
22nd – The Frequency, Madison WI, US ^
23rd – Grinnell College: Gardner Lounge, Grinnell IA, US ^
24th – 7th Street Entry, Minneapolis MA, US ^
27th – Chop Suey, Seattle WA, US ^
28th – The Fox Cabaret, Vancouver BC, US ^
29th – Analog Theatre Upstairs, Portland OR, US ^
31st – Rickshaw Stop, San Francisco CA, US ^
2nd – The Echo, Los Angeles CA, US
4th – Billboard Live!, Salt Lake City UT, US ^
5th – Larimer Lounge, Denver CO, US ^
8th – Proud Larry’s, Oxford MS, US ^
11th – The Pinhook, Durham NC, US ^
12th – Rock & Roll Hotel, Washington DC, US ^
* w/ Car Seat Headrest
^ w/ Sunflower Bean