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The Twang

New Birmingham five piece The Twang entered rock's radar in late 2006 with their incredible debut 'Wide Awake'. Tipped for big things in 2007, they have already supported the Kaiser Chiefs in Doncaster and won the Philip Hall Radar gong at this year's NME Awards.

Saturday - Main Stage (See full line up)

Set List

  • Ice Cream Sundae
  • Either Way
  • Loosely Dancing
  • Reap What You Sow
  • Push the Ghosts
  • Wide Awake

Your reviews

Heard them on Jo Whiley during the week - had to see them, was not disappointed! They were fantastic! Will be looking out for them.

the twang are amazing i luv them, they're hot

i think this band is pure brilliance the music the vocals and the lyrics all just brilliant keep up the good work hope to see u on tour soon. you guys are spot on.cheers.
billy walton

I think you were amazing by the way. :) yesterday was on of the best days i have ever had.THANK YOU RADIO ONE :)

The twang..what can i say except amazing!!Love them boys they are soo sxi x x

they sang great but they didnt get the crowed going

wasn't at preston but watched the twang on bbc three, purely amazing, one of the only bands that can make their songs sound better live than they do on disk!!!!!!!!!!!going to see them in birmingham next week, can't wait!!!!!!
martin wilson staffordshire

fantastic local birmingham group..a must listen well up and comming big band.

Just saw the Twang on the red button sooo wish i was there for it all!! they were swiss

Just watched the set using the red button. It was awesome. I love the dirty brummy accents these guys have!Seriously good band. I love them. Although i wish the set was longer.
Ian Smith

fantastic set lads. guitar amazing as ever stu
ellie, farnborough

That was sooooooo cool, listen on radio whilst revising for gcse history, go you...

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