The Twang preview new album tracks

Colin WilsonThe Twang return to the limelight after six months away recording their forthcoming second album and begin a string of UK dates with a gig at the Waterfront, Norwich, on Monday (7.Colin Wilson

The Twang return to the limelight after six months away recording their forthcoming second album and begin a string of UK dates with a gig at the Waterfront, Norwich, on Monday (7.30pm).

Since the explosion of attention that accompanied their emergence on to the music scene at the opening of 2007, the Twang have clocked up a gold album for debut Love It When I Feel Like This and delivered anthems such as Wide Awake and Either Way.

Live shows built from sweaty clubs through big halls to sell-outs at the likes of Birmingham Academy and Brixton Academy while festivals became a happy place for the summer of 2007 as Glastonbury, T in the Park and Reading and Leeds all fell under the spell of the band.

The band are currently putting the finishing touches to a new album due this spring with the working title of Not Tonight, It's Monday.

This tour will be the first opportunity for fans to hear tracks from the new album.

t 01603 508050 (�12.50adv) UEA Students' Union, Waterfront and Soundclash; www.ueaticketbookings.co.uk

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