Ask You in Gray | Twin Paradox

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Twin Paradox

by Ask You in Gray

Ask You In Gray's second album, Twin Paradox, portrays themes of science-fiction, socioeconomic and political turmoil, love, life, and death. Over a year in the making, Twin Paradox leverages talent from several guest artists.
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1. The Time Machine (feat. Rachel Broach)
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2. End of the Line
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3. Locked Down
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4. Few and Far Between
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5. The Road (feat. Bryan Brunt)
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6. Fortify the Walls
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7. Out of Time
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Album Notes
Ask You In Gray is the high-energy west coast electropop-duo. Heavy electronic beats, screaming synths, and uncontainable energy bring this group to the stage to perform contagiously danceable live shows.

Ask You In Gray's latest album, titled “Twin Paradox”, released in 2013, presents themes of time travel, socioeconomic and political turmoil, and life and death delivered in the duo’s typical presentation of high-energy, heavier-than-ever, dance-inducing electropop.

The 2010 release of their first full-length album, From Satellites, Ask You In Gray has established themselves as a new wave electropop favorite and force to be reckoned with in the electronic music community. The 2011 release of their single, Sidelines, has only confirmed their role as the “New Kings of Electropop.”


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