TWENTY Twenty may have been slipped pretty quietly onto the music scene, but the trio should prepare themselves for stardom with the release of their debut album.
Fresh from their tour supporting The Wanted, the talented trio, who consists of brothers Sam and Jack Halliday and Sonny Watson-Lang, have produced a great debut album akin to the early Busted and McFly days.
These are talented guys whuich really comes across in Small Talk.
The eight track CD boasts top tunes include Burning Up, which is a really infectious song, Superwoman, and of course latest single Love to Life, which is a great pop tune that will have you wanting to sing and dance along.
The band’s first song, Forever is a real stand out track on the album, but other hightlights for me are Love’s A Freak, and the amazing Girl Next Door.
The only song that doesn’t really do it for me, is The Puppeteer, which sounds a bit contrived for my liking.
This is not the end of Twenty Twenty, this is only the beginning. The phrase ‘one to watch’ is often bandied about, but in the case of these young lads, they really are one to watch.
1. Love To Life
2. Get Down
3. Girl Next Door
4. Burning Up
5. The Puppeteer
7. Jamie’s Girl
8. Love’s A Freak