Danger Twins is an eclectic indie duo from Nashville, TN. Their latest album titled JUST GOT REAL showcases the unmistakably attitude-laden pop+rock+hiphop cocktail that has been turning heads since their 2016 self-titled debut. Fuzzy bass guitars, vintage drum machines, and idiosyncratic home-made synths all create the perfect playground for lead-singer Amy Stroup. And its a recipe that has paid off; their songs have garnered millions of Spotify plays and Youtube views and have been featured in TV shows like “Shameless”, “Conviction”, “Vampire Diaries”, “Son of Zorn”, “Charming Charlie”, “Younger”, and “Imposters”, to name only a few. Much of their success has been born of their uncanny creative prolifically. “We actually try to release a new album every few months because we can't help but keep writing 'cause we love it so much. Sometimes it feels like we live in the studio and I'm great with that.” says Stroup. A proposition that is fine by their ever growing fan base!
On their much anticipated release JUST GOT REAL is the effervescent indie-pop duo offer up a collage of left of center gems, post-hipster swagger, and even break new ground with a few anthems of resilience and achievement. But if one thread draws the album together it is the notion of empowerment, whether general as in songs like “Do No Wrong” and “When U Got It U Got It”, or specific to the modern woman, evident in the lead off single “Girl’s Gotta”, where lead singer Amy Stroup unabashedly declares “A girl’s gotta do what a girl’s gotta”. They just released a music video for Girl's Gotta featuring a female boxing star and an all female skate club.