Scottish rockers Twin Atlantic has just launched a live video of their new single “Fall Into the Party” from their latest album “Great Divide” (Red Bull Records.) The video is a sure fire warm up ahead of their performances at One Night in Cape Town Shimmy Beach Club, V&A Waterfront on 7 August (Tickets at Computicket) and at Oppikoppi -The Fantastic Mr. VosVos on Sunday 9 August 2015. If this video didn’t give you goosepimples for Oppikoppi and One Night in Cape Town, nothing will. Vocalist Sam Mc Trusty says of the making of the video:“We worked with our friend Paul Bugler over the whole build up, release and live shows from “Great Divide” capturing a life-changing 18 months for us personally and as a band. We always view new music as progress. Getting to express ourselves. Travelling. Meeting new people who become inspirations and friends. This video is a compilation that is just the tip of the iceberg. We feel like we have only just scratched the surface. Before we disappear to make our next chapter in progress, we wanted to share these happy times we experienced with you all. It’s been a pleasure to bring this song to life and through that have such a literal visual representation of what the song stands for. Enjoy!” Twin Atlantic has had a busy year up to date, including an extensive tour in UK. They have been performing to full houses and have received rave reviews following the success of their latest album release Great Divide (Red Bull Records, August 2014.) Q magazine said of the album: “Scottish next big things step it up with an arena-rock-sized swagger” and Kerrang! commented: “If their ascent over the past years has shown us anything, they’ll soon be plunging their flag into the summit of British rock.” McTrusty also recently said that the band is looking forward to their time in South Africa. “It’s going to be a trip of a lifetime for us and something we never realized we could achieve with this band. Now that it’s just around the corner, we are really excited about getting to meet new people and cultures at the same time as playing our songs for music lovers in South Africa. We have been playing major festivals in the UK, North America, Europe and Australia so it’s with big smiles and pride that we can now say we have been to a whole new continent and rocked with people so far from home. See you soon!” Are you excited for Twin Atlantic’s South African tour? Hell Yeah!