Bad Elephant Records to release “heavy wood” duo Twice Bitten on Oct 2nd

twicebittenBad Elephant Music is proud to announce the release of Late Cut, the CD album celebrating the 30th anniversary of legendary ‘heavy wood’ duo Twice Bitten’s No Third Man album.

The album will be released on Friday 2nd October 2015, and pre-orders are available now at the Bad Elephant Music sales site. The first 100 CD orders will be accompanied by a limited edition bonus album, Kent Hill, comprising the first ever recordings by Twice Bitten, made in the Essex countryside.

Late Cut comprises the seven songs originally recorded for No Third Man in 1985, lovingly restored and remastered for CD, together with two brand new tracks (including the duo’s concert favourite, Crocus Point) recorded by renowned engineer Dave Hadley (Gomez, Pulp, The Mission) and mixed by Kevin Feazey (The Fierce And The Dead, The Murder Barn).

Pre-order now at https://twicebitten.bandcamp.com/album/late-cut and get a download of Blue Sky Century in advance of the full album.

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