The Twilight Sad - "Sick"

A Soundcloud snafu had a lot of tracks temporarily and mistakenly going “public” earlier this month, so if you missed your shot at “Sick” when we posted last time, here it is in an official and everlasting manner. Where the previous No One Will Ever Know LP preview “Kill It In The Morning” had a NIN-fused industrial feel, “Sick” ticks with post-Radiohead guitar and dread. In both cases, though, James Graham’s voice gives it all an unmistakable feel. Think “Knives Out” gone Sad:


“Sick” is out digitally 11/15 via FatCat. It comes from the No One Will Ever Know LP, due February 2012.

Comments (7)
  1. cute cover!

  2. ddogdunit  |   Posted on Oct 18th, 2011 +1

    “Knives Out” gone Sad? so…”knives out” ? this is incredibly similar…how could one not think “i wantttttt you too knoowwww”

  3. Ehh, either way, I like it better than the previous track. I came away from that one feeling kinda empty.

  4. Still havent got to grips with the first track they released yet.This one is great.

  5. So much better than Kill It In the Morning… My hope for No One Can Ever Know is restored.

  6. As someone who deliberately listens for the score of a film while watching I am really, looking forward to hearing what Breaking Dawn has to offer. I myself being a film lover also compose and play in a band and have a high respect for the beautiful gift. Whenever I hear about the more multi-talented actors, I get very excited. If an actor’s music were on the soundtrack again then it would be quite fitting as it adds a unique beauty to the film. I will be writing about this on the blog I created, as I also love to write. Due to my joy of writing and the topics, therein I require resources that allow me to keep up with the large amount of research required and my frequent traveling schedule. I got my hands on some awesome new technology called the Sling Adapter available through Dish Network free thru a rebate, which has changed many things for me. The app downloads are free to iPads or Smartphone’s and it is that simple. It has given me the ability to access movies that are in my programming package plus access to tons of other online entertainment. With the online content, I can get tons of movies and tons of TV media for my research. This is important because my writing for the film blog is a very important part of my life. My work for Dish Network will always require travel, which will take me away from my blog, but I can research everything I need while I am away. Then when I get home, I am prepared to write. It ends up working out wonderful. My band so understands and those that come to my blog are appreciative for the research time I take when I travel. The resources I have now though, make it so easy! Either way I am anxious to hear the beauty of not just the soundtrack but the score as well due to the loveliness of the previous scores especially New Moon.

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