Everything has two extremities – this is the way the world is. But these extremities are inseparable, the only way they can mean something is when viewed together: love and hate, happiness and sadness, good and evil… Finally, one song can be composed with just two totally different (but consonant) chords. Two Chords is a band of four guys from Tomsk (Siberia, Russia). They are self-confident, funny, but sometimes crazy and hysteric. The band (as anything in this world) has two extremities to it as well: on the one hand - emotionally charged live gigs with rattling drums, roaring guitars and hysteric vocals, which sometimes turn to sheer screaming, and on the other - calm acoustic shows with beautiful and tender acoustic sound and very soft and gentle singing.
The quartet’s debut record “Y Should I Care”, officially released 5 April 2012, represents the hard’n’harsh extremity of the band. However it does not mean, that there will be no light versions of the same songs. The musicians are planning to release them right after their first live acoustic show. To be the first to know about this unique release, please, subscribe to Two Chords newsletter below. This is what the Two Chords guys have to say about this: “These songs mean so much to us, that we decided to record them in two versions just to show how two different approaches towards the expression of emotions in the same songs can drastically alter their impact on the listeners. We worked our hands through to bone and we can say that there’s a lot of our personal experiences in these songs. We really hope people will like them, no matter the version.”
Two Chords “Y Should I Care” is available for streaming and downloading at more than 40 online stores throughout the web, including iTunes, Amazon and etc. Feel free to subscribe to Two Chords newsletter to know what’s going on in the Two Chords camp . The band members are really looking forward to answering all of your questions . If you like Two Chords, please, don’t hesitate to promote the band everywhere and in any way you can.
released April 5, 2012
Recorded at TOTEM (Novosibirsk, Russia) and NW Records (Tomsk, Russia)
Mixed and mastered at R. Romanovsky Productions (Kemerovo, Russia)
All music and lyrics written and performed by Anton Serov
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