ALT-POP TRIO TWIN XL RELEASES “PROBLEMATIC” NEW SINGLE
PREMIERES ACCOMPANYING MUSIC VIDEO
(New York, NY – July 24, 2020) – Rising alt-pop band TWIN XL – comprised of Cameron Walker-Wright (Nekokat) and brothers John Gomez and Stephen Gomez (The Summer Set) – has released their latest bop perfect for all of your summer playlists. “Honey, you’re so problematic,” the infectious trio sing in their relatable and catchy new single “Problematic” out on all digital streaming platforms now via Another Century/The Orchard. The single follows “Melt” and is the latest offering from their highly anticipated forthcoming debut album.
Today, TWIN XL also premiered the official music video for the track directed by their go-to collaborator Jade Ehlers (Tessa Violet, flor, MAX). CLICK HERE to watch.
Lead singer Cameron Walker-Wright shares, “We were fortunate enough to be able to collaborate with Jade Ehlers again. We have worked with him on all of our music videos and he truly is the silent fourth member of the band when it comes to our visuals.
John had conceptualized a version of the ‘Problematic’ video concept while we were on our last tour with Fitz and The Tantrums. I remembered him explaining the initial idea for the video to me in our dressing room and I instantly fell in love with the idea of watching everything falling apart and there being nothing you can do about it. That’s what ‘Problematic’ is about.”
The hypnotic hybrid of Los Angeles-based alt-pop band TWIN XL had its breakout in 2019 with the release of their critically acclaimed debut EP How To Talk To Strangers featuring the catchy hit single “Good,” which peaked at #19 at alternative radio and spent 5 weeks on Billboard’s Top Alternative Songs Chart peaking at #24. Described by NYLON as “very, very good,” and by MTV News as “a Certified Bop™,” the single peaked at #1 on Spotify’s top alternative music playlist The New Alt and was featured on Out Now. Along the way, the band has toured alongside the likes of The Fitz and the Tantrums, lovelytheband, The Maine, The Mowgli’s, Jukebox The Ghost, and I Don’t Know How But They Found Me and scored high-profile syncs on FOX’s The Resident, Hulu’s Light As A Feather, and MTV’s Ex On The Beach, to name a few.