Twiddle’s past week has seen the band travel through Texas and the southwest, with the Vermont-based jam quartet making stops in Dallas (Deep Ellum Art Cafe), Houston (Last Concert Cafe) and Austin (Mohawk) and Santa Fe (Meow Wolf). The band has taken every opportunity to showcase their refined sound, eclectic selection of covers and ingrained chemistry, developed after fifteen years on the road. 

Last night, Twiddle made their first visit to New Mexico special for all attendees, as the evening featured special guests and a deeply improvisational second set. Set one opened with “Syncopated Healing” and “Every Soul” before the band invited Torrin Daniels (Banjo) of The Kitchen Dwellers to sit-in on a high-energy rendition of the bluegrass number “Hattibagen McRat.” Following a pensive “Life Back Now,” Richard Vagner (Violin) joined the band for “Subconscious Prelude.” “Amydst the Myst and “Slippin in the Kitchen” closed the set. 

After a short set break, Twiddle kicked off one of their most impressive sets of recent history, playing nonstop for nearly an hour. The band launched into a 30+ minute “Orlando’s” before segueing into Gary Jules’ “Mad World” and back into “Orlando’s.” The set was an exposition of several musical themes and kept the zealous crowd moving until the final note.

Tonight at 8 PM ET, Twiddle premiered a 60+ minute pro-shot video of their late-February performance at The Madison Theatre in Covington, KY on Facebook and YouTube. Fans can watch here >

Tour rolls on through the west coast this weekend, with stops in Solana Beach (CA), Los Angeles, San Francisco and Stateline (NV). 

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