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2 reviews »Fat Cat have a new signing in the form of THE TWILIGHT SAD. I've never heard a more obvious Scottish accent in my life. It makes Arab Strap sound like public school boy toffs from Bath. Speaking of Arab Strap I'm reminded of a more post rock Arab Strap, The Walkmen and, at one point, early Snow Patrol (before they signed a deal to be on every episode of Hollyoaks). It's all very Scottish sounding ... »

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That Summer I Had At Home I Had Become The Invisible Boy by The Twilight Sad
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18 people love this record. Be the 19th!
8/10 Phil Staff review, 29 March 2007
Fat Cat have a new signing in the form of THE TWILIGHT SAD. I've never heard a more obvious Scottish accent in my life. It makes Arab Strap sound like public school boy toffs from Bath. Speaking of Arab Strap I'm reminded of a more post rock Arab Strap, The Walkmen and, at one point, early Snow Patrol (before they signed a deal to be on every episode of Hollyoaks). It's all very Scottish sounding anyway and I'm quite impressed. It's called That Summer, At Home I Had Become The Invisible Boy and it's the Most Scottish record I've ever heard. Scottish.

10/10 Renars Customer review,

the title track is a def contender for my top2 indie tunes from 2007, it is f awesome.. buy it buy it, i will issue a full refund if it fails to rock you boat..


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