Four hundred thirty seven seconds.
Maybe you already did the calculation: It is a bit more than seven minutes.
Not a lot of time; a very short time, actually. Enough time, though, as it turns out, to grab the ear of music bloggers throughout the UK and get them excitedly talking about your band. You see, 437 seconds is the combined length of the only two songs by Twin Wild available on the Internet. But it proved enough to get even the great Zane Lowe, legendary BBC radio host, to recommend Twin Wild in his highly influential music show, Radio 1.
So who is Twin Wild? If you ask them about their origins and background, they’ll tell you they are from greater London; sounds much better than Fleet. Fleet — 60 kilometers (roughly 35 miles) west of the British capitol — is famous for not being famous for anything. But who knows, one day Fleet might proudly call itself the birthplace of Twin Wild, and then it might be cool to hail from the same town as this quartett formerly known as The Pyramids.