Twin Oaks is an American dream pop-influenced folk duo led by singer-songwriter Lauren Brown and multi-instrumentalist Aaron Christopher. The pair first began their collaborative efforts in 2009 with a few long-time high school friends before disbanding a year later, leaving all members in pursuit of their own creative efforts. The band released their first set of songs “Cellar” and “Not An Exit” on July 16, 2012 which quickly garnered attention from UK based webzine GoldFlakePaint just prior to their release. With influences ranging from Mazzy Star, Sharon Van Etten, Nick Drake, and Cat Power to electronic-based contemporaries such as The XX, the Los Angeles-based duo take their contemporary folk influences and blend with etheral, shoegaze inspired electric arrangements to create a more intricate dream folk sound. The band is currently working as a full 4-piece band in preparation to record their debut full-length studio album this summer. We’re honored to say their music can be heard every day, here on Coyote Radio!
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