Euphoric, northern goth-pop trio Twist Helix make accessible poignant lyrical themes exploring loss of community and urban renewal. The band's 2018 album Ouseburn (out via Paul Back Music, Spain) has won praise for its joyous and widescreen synth-pop take on the English North.
Releases taken from the album have premiered in PRS for Music's M Magazine, The Revue.ca, Get in Her Ears, Little Indie Blogs and the band have been championed by Amazing Radio Worldwide, BBC Introducing and Radio 3 (Spanish National Radio).
Their live show is delivered with a compelling urgency by frontwoman and lead synth player Bea Garcia as the band dramatically re-imagine the cityscape of their home Newcastle-upon-Tyne, blurring the boundaries between creation and destruction, decline and redemption, hope and despair.
The band has supported acts such as PINS, Samaris, Avec Sans and Outlya and begin 2019 with tours of the UK and Spain in support of their latest release.
"'Graphite' is the song you've probably been waiting your whole life for" - The Devil Has The Best Tuna, UK
"'Pulse' is the kind of song you can dive into and become immersed in the depths of its dark layers. It is, in a word, mesmerizing"– The Revue, Canada
"This three piece band produce thought-provoking female fronted electropop that is so engaging that we fell in love with as soon as heard it" – Electronic North, UK
"True anthems that could fill stadiums" - Radio3, Spain