Catchy, yet haunting, dueling vocals by Nikki Coogan and Jeremiah Louf— atop a wall of sound generated by only one guitar is what defines the unique sound of the Boston-based duo The Devil’s Twins. The press and their underground cult following—The 2crew—describe their sound as “noir punk”.
“If Johnny Cash and Amy Winehouse had a baby that punched like Johnny Rotten, this would be it.” (Andy Kaufmann, Music Connection Magazine)
In support of their two underground releases—2013’s “Old Fashioned Mischief” and 2015’s “Consequences”—the Twins have shared the stage with acts such as July Talk (Island Records), Barrence Whitfield & The Savages (Bloodshot Records), and legendary punk groups such as The Adicts, The Misfits and The Casualties. They’ve gained a reputation for being an extremely high energy spectacle touching on a wide range of emotions; from explosive anger tantrums—beating guitars and tambourines into the stage—to whiskey-soaked, old fashioned rock’n’roll foot stompers, all while keeping it light between songs with playful banter between the trio and the crowd.
The Devil’s Twins gear up for 2016 with a string of four exclusive hometown events with a unique limited release at each, starting with a 7” inch clear lathe cut of their new single “Little Sister Let It Run” and a b-side cover of Rogar Alan Wade’s country kicker “If You’re Gonna Be Dumb, You Gotta Be Tough”. You may be able to easily identify anyone of their underground cult following members called “