Twin Pigs

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Twin Pigs belt out driving testosto-rock with guitar wails, powerful hooahhs and emotion-rich harmonies to spare. The band's sound is very Southern-fried '60s and '70s blues-rock a lá the Allmans or Led Zeppelin, but the lyrics bring you back to the '00s, with songs about empty network news and Royal Oak's semi-recent homogenization. The overall vibe conjures thoughts of good times and good friends — the important stuff.

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