The Lemon Twigs live in concert.
ON TOUR

The Lemon Twigs

39
critic concert reviews
rock

How Good Are They LIVE?

Live Rating  

77
%
Based on 
39
critic concert
reviews
LAST 12 MONTHS RATING  
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Critic Consensus

Based on 39 concert reviews, the critic consensus is that The Lemon Twigs is rated as an enjoyable live performer, with some notable strengths. The Lemon Twigs concert reviews describe live shows and performances as thrilling, faultless, ambitious, grandiose, dreamy, theatrical, and eclectic.

ON TOUR

Kings, Raleigh, United States (May 7); Kafe Antzokia, Bilbao, Spain (May 29); Parc del Fòrum, Barcelona, Spain (May 30); Larmer Tree Gardens, Salisbury, Wiltshire, United Kingdom (August 29)

Latest release

Everything Harmony (May 5, 2023)

artist info

GENRE
rock
ORIGIN
Long Island, United States (2015 - present)
BIO
The Lemon Twigs are an American pop/rock band from Long Island, New York, United States, fronted by brothers Brian D'Addario and Michael D'Addario. They both write and perform, they are joined for live performance by Megan Zeankowski on bass and Danny Ayala on keyboards and backing vocals.
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CRITIC concert REVIEWS

Scenestr (Australia)

November 1, 2023
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If you're planning on seeing The Lemon Twigs live, expect the bar for a show to grow dangerously high.

The Upcoming (UK)

June 2, 2023
80
%
The Lemon Twigs at Electric Ballroom

Clash Music (UK)

February 28, 2019
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Before I start to talk about ‘The Twigs’ (as no-one calls them), it’s worth mentioning support act Matt Maltese, who’s unassuming yet brilliant set reminded me of Rufus Wainwright in his prime… check him out when you have a chance.

BeatRoute Magazine (Canada)

January 31, 2019
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But this band isn’t just doo wop; the concept numbers off “Go To School” are room-engorging feasts of drama. The Lesson, a perfectly anguished song to accompany your mid twenties nihilism phase, is right at home with Michael D’Addario’s slithering fuck-it-all rock god persona.

We All Want Someone To Shout For (USA)

January 19, 2019
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They kicked off night one of their two-night run at Music Hall of Williamsburg last night (January 18) and it featuring an opening performance from both Jackie Cohen and Rubber Band Gun, with some members of the latter also playing with the former.

Clash Music (UK)

August 17, 2018
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Exquisite power pop delivered with theatrical panache, the band's sterling debut LP brought them international acclaim and some frenzied shows.

The Times (UK)

August 17, 2018
80
%
Both twig thin, they strode on to stage looking as if the Bay City Rollers had escaped from the set of Dazed and Confused.

Past critic reviews published in

The Line Of Best Fit (UK), Musikknyheter.no (Norway), Louder Sound, Too Many Blogs (UK), Louder Than War (UK) and more

IMAGE CREDIT

Martin Schumann [CC BY-SA 4.0] via Wikimedia Commons