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Twin Peaks Soundtrack Your Week


Twin Peaks Soundtrack Your Week


We thought we would take of advantage of the recent release ‘In The Morning (In The Evening)‘ from Chi City boys Twin Peaks and let them Soundtrack your week with the songs they love to wake up to in the morning and get down to in the evening.

Check out the full playlist in the Spotify bar under the Far Out Magazine Playlist. The playlist will be running until their incredible 100 club debut and we are salivating at the opportunity to get one of our favourite bands at one of our favourite venues. We can’t wait to get down.  


In the Morning –  ‘Woke Up’ by Today’s Hits

“Great way to begin a day in this world of mystery, by Chicago heroes Today’s Hits” – Clay 

In the Evening – ‘The Drop I Hold’ by Black Lips

“Sloppy groove from the South East.” – Clay 

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In the Morning – ‘Oogum Boogum’ by Breton Wood

“Waking up and getting down with Oogum Boogum, such a fresh Jangle there’s no need to shower” – Clay  

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In the Evening –  ‘Is It Raining In Your Mouth’ by Fat White Family

“Sloppy groove from across the pond England way” – Clay  

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In the Morning – ‘How Can You Really’ by Foxygen

“It’s got lines about waking up in coconut winds and it’s catchy as hell” – Clay 

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In the Evening – ‘Dancin’ Queen’ by ABBA

“It melts my heart, it really does” – Clay

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In the Morning –  ‘Instant Disassembly’ by Parquet Courts

“It’s almost eight minutes long, so you can make your egss and coffee in time for the ending” – Clay

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In the Evening –  ‘With a Girl Like you’ by The Troggs –

“The Troggs are named after this group of druggies that went to live naked in the caves of England, where they sang and danced and got really hungry and came home” – Clay   

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In the Morning –  ‘Blue Bayou’ by Roy Orbison

“This fella wear huge sunglasses allah time to hide his ultrasonic emotion, he’s like a big tear-jerkin’ Scott Summers” – Clay 

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In the Evening – ‘Splash 1’ by The 13th Floor Elevators

“Sometimes partying gets kinda creepy and hypnotic” – Clay  

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In the Morning – ‘No Regrets’ by King Khan and the Shrines

“Good thing to hear in the morning” – Clay 

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In the Evening – ‘Do You Love Me’ by The Sonics

“Sometimes partying is listening to the Sonics” – Clay 

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In the Morning – ‘The Man in Me’ by Bob Dylan

“The eggs in me will do nearly any task” – Clay

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In the Evening – ‘Oogum Boogum’ by Breton Wood –

“If you start your day with Oogum Boogum you might as well end your day with Oogum Boogum!” – Clay 

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That should be enough to sink your teeth in to this week but just in case you don’t follow the above described dosage of Twin Peaks’ favourite sloppy groove then we are going to to extend the playlist run up until their headline show at 100 club on 17th February. So you can all feed your greedy lugholes.

Can’t make the 100 club show? There are some more tickets available for their other UK dates below.

20th February – Night & Day Café, Manchester (Tickets)

21st February – Garage, Glasgow (Tickets)

Jack Whatley