MYSTIC SOUL + ELECTRIC ROCK,
BEST SERVED HOT.
"For those apt to bop a little harder than the average indie show goer, War Twins serves as a sanctuary."
War Twins has become known for their dynamic live set full of passionate energy, rock n' roll soul and deep electronics. A growing buzz has taken them from their hometowns on the east coast to a string of successful nationwide tours and their new home in Los Angeles.
The duo was founded by singer/songwriter Gaetana and drummer/producer James Grey. Beginning in early 2013, the band built a bed in the back of a ‘98 Plymouth Voyager, and promoted their first demo on a tour that took them to over eighty cities. Since, they've performed close to 500 shows across the country to date.
Most recently, War Twins has supported international acts such as Wolf Alice, Alien Ant Farm and Filter,
with additional performances at SXSW, Catskill Chill, Slingshot and other festivals.
Thanks to the help of their fast growing community, through crowd-funding, War Twins spent time in late November 2017 recording some of their newest music with grammy award winning producer, Sylvia Massy (Prince/ Johnny Cash/ Red Hot Chili Peppers), which will be released in early 2018.
"...unique, powerful, hypnotic, and amazingly talented. If you love driving, tribal drum beats - you'll love War Twins."
The Legendary Dobbs
On 'WARRIOR' - "Ultra Polished epic and anthemic industrial, alternative rock that has so much soul! Definitely a killer single to get you stoked on what they have coming out next!"
“...they appeared to set the night on fire. When the music stopped, the magic they had created was clear...”
Ryan’s Smashing Life.com
" A combination of quick, precise drumming and indie rock guitar, with the wailing intimacy of an acoustic act...Their performance was sexy, wholesome, creative, inspirational, and disruptive”
"…upbeat and adrenaline-driven, and absolutely pulsating with energy. Gaetana, particularly, is a tremendous performer, and has a way of effortlessly commanding attention from behind a microphone."
Victor D. Infante