The Twilight Sad at Brighton Marina The Twilight Sad… Can-can meets Can

Win The Twilight Sad tickets for a city of your choice!

Published on November 11th, 2011 | Jonny Abrams


Recent Rocksucker interviewees The Twilight Sad have announced details of their third album No One Can Ever Know, a startling change of direction from their prior, critically acclaimed walls of fuzzy guitars into something altogether more…well, have a listen for yourself…

Screamadelica catalyst Andrew Weatherall has been given an “anti-production” credit on the album, so expect the unexpected from this lot, penned in for a 6th February 2012 release on FatCat Records: “Alphabet”, “Dead City”, “Sick”, “Don’t Move”, “Nil”, “Don’t Look At Me”, “Not Sleeping”, “Another Bed” and “Kill It In The Morning”.

If all of this isn’t enough to get your rockjuices flowing then hear ye, hear ye, hear ye: The Twilight Sad get their latest UK tour underway in a couple of days and Rocksucker has a pair of tickets to give away to a date of your choice (excluding Glasgow). To win, simply answer this simple question, simply…

What is the name of The Twilight Sad’s 2009 sophomore album?

1) Forget The Night Ahead
2) Rubber Soul
3) How Could You Feed Me Poisoned Biscuits The Night Before I Start My New Job As A Women’s Sumo Wrestling Referee?

Email your answer to Rocksucker along with the gig of your choice (excluding Glasgow, remember)…

13 Sun DUNDEE Doghouse

14 Mon ABERDEEN Tunnels

15 Tue INVERNESS Ironworks

16 Wed EDINBURGH Bongo Club

18 Fri GLASGOW Sleazys

19 Sat PRESTON Mad Ferret

20 Sun YORK Duchess

21 Mon LONDON Borderline

22 Tue OXFORD Jericho

23 Wed LEICESTER Firebug

24 Thu HULL Adelphi

25 Fri STIRLING Tolbooth

Good luck, y’all! And thanks to the good folk at FatCat. They work hard, they play hard.

“Sick”, the second single to be taken from No One Can Ever Know, will be released on Monday. For more information, please visit

Click here to read our interview with The Twilight Sad!


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Editor of Rocksucker and the website's founder, Jonny is passionate about the music he listens to, both good and bad, as well as interviewing his favourite musicians.