Twin Peaks

Listen to a 16-Minute Snippet From The Secret History of Twin Peaks

Twin Peaks co-creator Mark Frost recently published The Secret History of Twin Peaks, a 368-page novel that Frost says serves as "vastly layered, wide-ranging history"
Taylor Berman / October 31, 2016

The First New Twin Peaks Trailer Is Predictably Cryptic and Spooky

David Lynch is bringing back his cult '90s murder mystery show Twin Peaks on Showtime next year. The reboot's very first trailer arrived today, and in true Twin Peaks form,…
Anna Gaca / September 30, 2016

Twin Peaks Take a Bluesy ‘Walk to the One You Love’ on ‘Conan’

Chicago garage quintet Twin Peaks hit Conan last night to perform "Walk to the One You Love," the opening track from their latest album, Down in Heaven. "Walk to the One…
Anna Gaca / June 24, 2016

Review: Twin Peaks Mature Like Billion-Dollar Babies on ‘Down in Heaven’

As rewarding as it is to discover young artists that bring fresh ideas to new music, it’s still immensely satisfying to hear young rock bands…
Adrien Begrand / May 19, 2016

Twin Peaks Share Kicked-Back New Track, ‘Holding Roses’

Chicago scuzz act Twin Peaks have shared a new track from their upcoming Down in Heaven album called "Holding Roses." The song, which is about a breakup of…
James Grebey / April 18, 2016

Twin Peaks Spread Their Pop Wings on ‘Butterfly’

Scuzz-rock collective Twin Peaks are planning the release of their third record, Down in Heaven, and they've also shared its first single, "Walk to the…
Rachel Brodsky / March 29, 2016

Q&A: Twin Peaks on the Transformation of SXSW and Their Favorite Austin Haunts

The guys from Twin Peaks have a lot to say. When SPIN caught up with the band they were still coming down from a kinetic…
T.M. Brown / March 23, 2016

SXSW 2016: SPIN Portraits of Chairlift, Waxahatchee, A$AP Ferg, Lizzo, and Many More

From March 16 through March 20, 2016, the Bud Light Factory at Brazos Hall hosted many of the hottest shows at the annual  South by Southwest…
SPIN Staff / March 23, 2016

Twin Peaks Clean Up Their Sound (If Not Their Act) on New Album ‘Down in Heaven’

Chicago scuzz-mongers Twin Peaks have always been heavily indebted to the '60s — their second album, 2014's Wild Onion, even referenced the Beach Boys in…
Andrew Unterberger / February 1, 2016

Twin Peaks on ‘Twin Peaks’: Garage-Rock Band Talks Their Namesake Program

Plenty of artists have been inspired by the early-'90s cultural phenomenon that was Twin Peaks, but only one went so far to actually name themselves…
Andrew Unterberger / October 20, 2014

Twin Peaks Go ‘Sandlot’ for ‘I Found a Way’ Video

Did you like The Sandlot as a kid? Were you hoping The Sandlot might be remade in 2014 as a music video by a bunch of…
Brennan Carley / August 8, 2014

7 Albums to Stream: Spoon, Diplo, Gucci Mane, Twin Peaks, and More

A new week brings a new batch of albums to stream. Follow the links below to hear the latest releases from Spoon, Gucci Mane, Best…
Kyle McGovern / July 30, 2014

Hear Twin Peaks Blend Frantic, Yearning Guitars on ‘Strawberry Smoothie’

The last we heard from Twin Peaks, they were on tour with the Orwells and SPIN photographer Daniel Topete, assembling a photo diary that featured…
Shannen Gaffney / July 24, 2014

Tween Garage-Rockers Salute ‘Twin Peaks’ in Badass Video

Much love to Ohio's Tweens, but a new band more closely belonging to that demographic has fully arrived. Pretty Little Demons are Lydia Night — who, okay,…
Marc Hogan / May 20, 2014

The Orwells and Twin Peaks Desecrate These United States

The Orwells have been making a mess across the country for the last few weeks, touring in advance of their new album, Disgraceland, which drops…
SPIN Staff / May 13, 2014
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