From protests to mosh pits, War Twins bring their cameras behind the scenes as they travel coast to coast living and embodying the days of ‘American Kids’. “We were attending protests in Las Vegas, we were rocking out in New York clubs,” say War Twins on the new video. “There’s also some behind the scenes shots of recording the album at Sylvia Massy’s (Prince, Johnny Cash, Red Hot Chili Peppers) beautiful studio in Oregon. “The video reflects a lot of the lyrical themes in ‘American Kids’ in its satire and commentary, but also in the tongue-in-cheek humor poking at ourselves as much as anything else.”
War Twins first became known for their rolicking, dynamic live sets chock full of passionate energy and that quintessential ‘rock n’ roll’ soul. The buzz grew, taking them far from their east coast homes to new digs in the heart of Los Angeles and a steady string of successful nationwide tours.
Founded in 2013 by singer/songwriter Gaetana and drummer/producer James Grey, War Twins lived to tell the tale having built a bed in the back of their ‘98 Plymouth Voyager and promoted their first demo on an 80-city tour. The years since have seen them rack up more than 500 stage performances, opening for International acts like Wolf Alice, Alien Ant Farm, and Filter, with a bevy of their own moments on festival stages for SXSW, Catskill Chill, Slingshot, and more.