Meet: The Rather Interesting And Rather Brilliant Tiffany Twisted

We caught up with London-based rock band Tiffany Twisted, to find a little bit about who they are and where they come from and more importantly where they are going. Led by Hetti Harper’s distinct vocals and Adam Davies’ dynamic guitar the band are set to hit a stage near you with a full length album in the pipeline.

Give us a potted history of the band

When we first started playing as a band, back in 2019, we occupied ourselves with the live London rock circuit in venues such as The Monarch (before it sadly closed), The Troubadour and Karma Sanctum. It was during this time that we got signed to an independent label and began to flesh out new music as a band.

We started 2020 by entering Abbey Road Studios with a brand new collection of tracks, written only four weeks prior. In March of that year, our debut EP ‘This Is The End’ was released, followed by a Dolby Atmos version, taken from that same session. Shortly after, we left the label and were desperate to get out to play more shows with these new songs. Sadly lockdown hit us, so, to make the best of a bad situation, we focused on writing our first album.

When lockdown finally lifted, we had the pleasure of headlining Camden Rocks Festival and opening up for our friends Love Ghost on the UK leg of their tour. Throughout this period we released ‘Blind Faith’ and ‘Not Afraid To Die’, both of which represent a new era for the band, where we experiment with new approaches to song-writing.

September 16th marks the release of our newest track ‘333’, which, for the first time in the bands’ history, features a guest appearance from another artist; SUMMER ALONE. 

Who inspired you to start making music


‘To be honest, I began writing music when I was very young because I was pretty miserable and I found it was a great way to cope and escape those feelings and also to avoid homework! There was conveniently a piano in the room I used to “study” in. From there, I discovered bands like A Day To Remember and Of Mice & Men and there began the dream to make rock.’ 


‘I grew up in a musical family so creating music has always been my go-to mode of expression, but it was when I first discovered rock music at around age 8 that I realised this style affected me on a deeper level than any other. I definitely relate the madness of it.’


‘My inspiration to start music was seeing Phil Collins and Travis Barker doing what they do best, especially as they were both involved in more than just their music and bands. I started to follow in their footsteps and to want to create music that allowed people to be free to come together and be inspired to live everyday at it’s fullest through music and arts.’

And the one or maybe two records that inspired you artistically

Lyrically, Brand New (especially their ‘The Devil And God Are Raging Inside Of Me’ album) have always been a big inspiration, with their complex and poetic writing. Musically, we have blended a lot of differing genres and inspirations from Smashing Pumpkins’ ‘Siamese Dream’ to Travis Scott’s ‘ASTROWORLD’.

If you’re trying to explain whom you sound like to someone that’s never heard you, what do you say

This is always the hardest question for us, as we have been quite fluid since we started. The most concise description is probably Crossover Rock. We tend to explore all the sub-genres of rock when writing, from Industrial Metal to Post-Hardcore.

Tell us about your new release

Our latest release was created completely independently. We have grown to feel more connected with our music when we have full creative control and write, record and produce ourselves. Funnily enough, when we were opening up for Love Ghost in March, Summer was in the audience when we were playing ‘333’ live and actually found himself free-styling over the final riff of the track. Months later, when we had recorded the track, that same section ended up being where his verse ended up!

Where can we get hold of it  

‘333 FT SUMMER ALONE’ will available on all streaming platforms from September 16th. The official music video is now also available to watch on YouTube and Vimeo. 

Tell us how you write

We always begin with Adam playing riffs on the guitar and Hetti picking up on anything that jumps out to her. So, initially, they find life as these stripped-backed, acoustic songs. This allows us to create a solid, bare-bones song foundation before we begin the stylisation process. We usually then go on to record full demos as a pair with all instrumental parts mapped out. After finally showing it to the rest of the band, the final part of the process is when Jack comes back with a sick, heavy drum part.

Tell us about your live show and what would be your dream gig

A lot of pent up energy comes out in our live shows. With all five of us on stage, it’s hectic, sweaty and intense and we can’t wait for the day we get to run around and fill out a massive stage. Carnage is always welcomed and encouraged by the way. It was a huge blow to have so much time off from gigs, but we have been very lucky to have played some great shows since then.

What can we expect from you in the near future

We plan on hitting the major festival circuit and treating your ears to a full length studio album! We’re also ready to head out onto the road and take on some more slots supporting artists both inside and outside the UK scene. 

Tell us your favourite records that’s rocking your headphones/tour bus/stereo


‘Code Orange’s most recent album ‘Underneath’ blew my mind when I first heard it and it’s definitely the most innovative approach to Metal I’ve heard in a long time.’ 


‘I currently have my old 2000s Metalcore playlists on repeat and I just can’t help going back to A Day To Remember’s ‘Homesick’ album.’ 


‘I have a lot of artists I love and aspire to be like, but a few artists I am really listening to at the moment would be Dirty Honey, Dayseekers and Holding Absence. 

Find out more via the band’s Website or Facebook

Check out the bands track Blind Faith, below:

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