The Lemon Twigs announce new album ‘A Dream Is All We Know’

Sibling duo The Lemon Twigs return with 'A Dream Is All We Know', promising a mix of electric guitar riffs and sunny harmonies, releasing this May.


The Lemon Twigs are back on the scene with their latest LP, A Dream Is All We Know, set to release on May 3rd via Captured Tracks. Following their 2023 hit ‘Everything Harmony,’ which snagged high praise from The Guardian and a nod from Questlove for its DeBarge vibes, the New York City sibling duo, Michael and Brian D’Addario, take us to a place they’ve dubbed Mersey Beach, blending Liverpool’s beat with Laurel Canyon’s charm.

The duo gave us a sneak peek of what’s to come with a lively rendition of My Golden Years’ on Fallon last week, showcasing their undeniable energy and knack for power-pop anthems. Now, with their latest drop, ‘They Don’t Know How To Fall In Place’, the brothers explore the whimsy of unfulfilled romance, accompanied by a video that sees miniature versions of themselves causing chaos, all wrapped up in organ harmonies. Give both of them a spin below!

Leaving the acoustic strings behind, A Dream Is All We Know revisits the electric theatricality and sunny harmonies that first put them on the map with ‘Do Hollywood’.

The brothers have clearly evolved from their early days, showcasing a deep attention to detail and a mastery over their instruments, earning respect from music legends and peers alike.

Recorded with vintage gear and mixed by the brothers themselves, the album is a testament to their growth and intuition, honed over nearly a decade of songwriting and performing.

Catch them live at Primavera in Barcelona from May 29th to June 2nd and at the End Of The Road Festival in Dorset, UK, from August 29th to September 1st, for a taste of their new tunes and the undeniable charm that has captured the hearts of fans worldwide.

Photo credit: Stephanie Pia

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