Twin Berlin Brings Back Underground Rock

The Charger Bulletin

By Matt Lopez
Guest Contributor

Just a year after forming, Twin Berlin is already receiving prime-time radio play on FNX Radio Boston and strong receptions at late-night indie dance parties as the Connecticut-based rock band bridges the gap between Beantown and New York City.

Building a cult following for a rabid live show (vocalist/guitarist Matt Lopez has been known to bleed) and a high-energy sound that echoes the Libertines, Strokes, and Arctic Monkeys, Twin Berlin is ready to shake up the growingly dormant rock n’ roll scene. No keyboards, no synths, and no electro overproduction: just underground rock music played like 21-year-old madmen.

With a “Twin Single” already under their belt, Comcast NE “on demand” air-time in September, and a MTV VMA “Best Breakout Boston” award nomination, things are starting to heat up.

Their new EP Youth Scenes has hit stores to kick off the new year and the band is already back in the studio working on a follow up.

Interested in show details? Make sure to check out Twin Berlin at Snapper Magee’s in Torrington. They will be joined by The Gregory Cider Band, Hona Lee, and Hagseed.