Folk four-piece Twin Forks is one of the most exciting acts to emerge from Florida’s underground bluegrass scene. The band mixes guy-girl harmonies, rich acoustic guitar plucking, and thumping stand-up bass and percussion to create a cheerful sound that plays out perfectly live. Whether they’re telling stories on “Tall Green Grass” or getting fans to stomp their boots to “Back To You”, Twin Forks always gives ticket buyers something to holler about on their carefree live tours.
Indie country-folk outfit Twin Forks started out as a solo project by Chris Carrabba in 2011 after his previous bands – Dashboard Confessional and Further Seems Forever – went on hiatus. Originally performing under his name, Carrabba released his first solo album that same year titled Covered in the Flood, a cover album featuring renditions of popular tracks by bands like R.E.M. and the Dandy Warhols. After recruiting several musician friends to join the project, the band became a four-piece and was renamed Twin Forks. The band released their self-titled EP in 2013, receiving praise from Billboard and Alternative Press for their Americana sound. They came out with their eponymous debut full-length in 2014, which peaked at No. 2 on the Top Heatseekers Albums chart and received widespread acclaim from critics and fans alike. With several US tours under their belt, Twin Forks continues to delight fans with their country-tinged folk every time they take the stage.