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Twospeak's new album, Fictions, is out now on None More Records

Vinyl/digital here

Fictions was launched with a UK wide tour which included gigs at Peggy's Skylight, Fringe in the Round and the Spotted Dog. The album was launched with a performance at the Fox and Firkin as part of the 2023 London Jazz Festival.

Twospeak's music is about strong melodies and exploring textures through both composing and improvising. They aim for an immediacy for the listener, commitment to the song and encompass a range of influences including jazz, indie and contemporary classical music.

Twospeak's flourishing international reputation was confirmed when they became finalists at Jazz Juniors festival in Krakow October 2021, where they were awarded concerts at international jazz festivals EGA jazz,  NiCa Jazz and Ural Terra Jazz. Notable UK performances include the Greenwich Peninsula Jazz Festival, Jazz in the Round, Kansas Smitty's and Sofar Sounds. 

In April 2021 Twospeak released their first LP Reflector to critical acclaim. They toured their first EP, Twoism, with support from Arts Council England in February/March 2019. In Febuary 2023 they were residential course leaders at Britten Pears' AYM where they designed and delivered a week long course in improvisation, composition and jazz.


Twospeak is:

Ronan Perrett- Saxophone & composition
Mike De Souza – Guitar
Joseph Costi- Keyboards, synths
Ben Brown – Drums

Vinyl bundle on Bandcamp- click on either record to be taken to Bandcamp. 



You can buy Twospeak's music by clicking on the covers 


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'Exciting to listen to.. Twospeak don't sound like anyone else on the vibrant British jazz scene' - Matthew Ruddick (Kind of Jazz). ★★★★

‘Reflector is on a high frequency - definitely keep your eye on Twospeak’ - Tina Edwards (Worldwide FM)

'The London-based ensemble's debut LP captures their distinct & highly energetic fusion of jazz, rock and electronics, with a wide rhythmic palette' - Oli Brunetti (Music is my Sanctuary)

'Fans of Kinkajous, Portico Quartet should check 'Reflector' out; highly recommended.' - Mr Bongo

'A bold adventure into sound.' - Twistedsoul

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