Twin Beds’ “Mineral” is poppy punk, but not pop-punk
Local punk rock band Twin Beds is bringing back the angsty emo days in their new single “Mineral” from their upcoming LP It Gets Easier, set to drop April 20th. Straight out of Philly, the three-piece band has some musical similarities to Tigers Jaw circa 2008, with a little sprinkly of The Wonder Years and Sorority Noise. They describe their music as “poppy punk, but not pop punk”, which makes sense, but not really.
Anyways, “Mineral” is a classical 2000s pop punk jam that can put you in your feels, and at the same time makes you want to dance. The track is filled with pretty deep lyrics dealing with attachment and self-realization recounted along steady storming riffs and a catchy melodic rhythm. It’s a two-in-one deal.
On April 20th, Twin Beds will also be performing at The Lighthouse with Through Neighborhoods, Ashla, and PhillyGreen in honor of their LP It Gets Easier. Click here for more information.
Below, listen to “Mineral” from Twin Beds upcoming LP It Gets Easier.