Twin Sister’s new album In Heaven [Domino Records] is drawing comparisons to 80’s dreamweavers such as Cocteau Twins and quirky disco-infused electro charmers, Stereolab (listen to single “Bad Street”), vocalist Andrea Estella channeling an otherworldly atmosphere that seems too gauzy to be emitted from a real girl. Estella taps into the swirling sounds of the synths in “Kimmi In a Rice Field” and floats her voice above them in a lofty, echoed prettiness that lends a strange beauty to a song that is a bit planted in the mind of a sleepwalker. Building on that strange beauty, Estella had a hand in the video for the song, co-directed by drummer Bryan Ujueta and filmmaker Dan Devine — creepy or not, it is a fascinating glimpse into the creative brains of Twin Sister, whose reconstruction of a slightly dusty genre is nothing but sparkling.
Want a copy of Twin Sister’s In Heaven? Be the first to comment with the name of the band Twin Sister played with here in Milwaukee on Sunday, October 2nd. We’ll even throw in a signed poster from the band! Compliments of the fine folks at Domino Records.